Woman in ‘love triangle’ accused of stabbing her ex-boyfriend and his flame in a leagues club car park on a night out: ‘I’ve never seen so much blood’
- A woman has been charged for allegedly stabbing her ex and his new girlfriend
- Rebecca Mossman-Riley, 29, crossed paths with her ex at Wyong Leagues Club
- She allegedly got into an argument with the couple before stabbing both of them
A bitter love triangle is allegedly at the centre of the double stabbing of a young couple, a court heard.
Rebecca Mossman-Riley, 29, allegedly crossed paths with her ex-boyfriend, 29, and his partner, 31, at Wyong Leagues Club just before 9:30pm on Saturday while on a night out.
Police allege an argument between the two parties erupted before the trio were asked by club security to leave the venue.
Once in the car park Mossman-Riley is accused of stabbing her former lover three times in the back before knifing his new girlfriend in the arm.
She has been charged with with two counts of wounding with intent to cause grievous bodily harm and was granted bail at Newcastle Local Court on Sunday.
Rebecca Mossman-Riley (pictured), 29, allegedly stabbed her ex-boyfriend, 29, and his new girlfriend, 31
Rebecca Mossman-Riley, 29, allegedly crossed paths with her ex-boyfriend, 29, and his partner, 31, at Wyong Leagues Club (pictured) just before 9:30pm on Saturday while on a night out
Horrified witnesses rushed to provide first aid to the couple and called for an ambulance.
Police and ambulance crews treated the pair at the scene before the male was airlifted to John Hunter Hospital and the female was taken via ambulance.
One person on social media said they had ‘never seen so much blood’.
They are both in a stable condition.
Mossman-Riley was arrested at her unit on Cutler Drive in Wyong around 12:30am on Sunday.
Mossman-Riley was arrested at her unit on Cutler Drive in Wyong around 12:30am on Sunday
Mossman-Riley was taken to the police station and faced Newcastle Local Court on Sunday where she was granted strict bail conditions
She was taken to the police station and faced Newcastle Local Court that morning where she was granted strict bail conditions.
She cannot leave her home unless its for a medical or legal appointment, cannot drink alcohol, take drugs or carry a knife in a public space, The Daily Telegraph reported.
Mossman-Riley will front Wyong Local Court on January 12.