Woman, who has a $3,000-a-day Methamphetamine habit, describes the moment she chased a boy through a park and stabbed him in the back
November 29, 2016
- Woman was drunk and on ice when she stabbed boy in a Coogee park
- The woman, 21, said she hadn’t slept for weeks before the attack
- Chased boy through the park and missed the his spine by two centimeters
- The court heard she had ‘no recollection’ of the attack
A young woman has described herself as ‘the walking dead’ on the day she held a boy against a tree and brutally stabbed a boy in the back after chasing him through a park with a knife.
Kyissa Bell, 21, told the Downing Centre District Court on Monday that she hadn’t slept in weeks when she attacked the boy she did not know in a park in Coogee, in Sydney’s eastern suburbs.
Bell was drunk and had injected herself with Methamphetamine in the public bathrooms before chasing the boy and attacking him on October 9th, 2015, The Sydney Morning Herald reported.
The woman had been she using up to $3,000 worth of meth, known as ice in Australia, every day in the lead up to the a attack.
The court heard she had ‘no recollection’ of the stabbing afterwards.
Bell, who was out on bail for another violent crime at the time of the attack, sobbed as she told Judge Chris Hoy she wanted another chance.
‘I’ll do anything … you’ll never see me again,’ she told the court.
Bell has been in custody for a year now and pleaded guilty to the charge of reckless wounding in company.