High-profile woman's details suppressed

Last updated 10:55 20/08/2013

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Wide-ranging suppression orders were granted during an appearance by a high-profile young woman in the Queenstown District Court yesterday.

She appeared before a registrar to face a Crimes Act charge on August 16. No plea was entered and she was remanded on bail to reappear on Monday.

Lawyer Dale Lloyd sought bail conditions including a curfew between 10pm and 6am, unless her client was training or working.

She also sought interim name suppression, suppression of the charge, any details of the alleged offending, address, age and occupation.

Police were to be notified if the woman was working or training in licensed premises, and she was ordered to not contact the alleged victim.

She was not to enter licensed premises, except supermarkets or restaurants, during training or work and not to consume alcohol.

Name suppression was granted until Monday.

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- The Southland Times

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