August 30, 2016
Keep on rocking in the free world, goyim female.
A FORMER AFL player who almost killed his girlfriend of two months in a vicious, alcohol-fuelled bashing has been sentenced to more than five years in jail.
Albert Proud, 27, played 29 games for the Brisbane Lions before being sacked in 2011 due to a litany of alcohol-related, off-field incidents.
On Monday, the Brisbane District Court heard he was drunk the night of November 8, 2015 when he “just snapped” and bashed his then-girlfriend Richelle Kadadi so severely, she lost more than a litre of blood.
Ms Kadadi spent more than a month in hospital recovering from head injuries.
The court heard alcohol gave the normally calm Proud a “Jekyll and Hyde” type persona, and in sentencing, Judge Tony Moynihan said, “you are a danger to members of the community when you are drunk”.
The 27-year-old pleaded guilty to inflicting grievous bodily harm and wilful damage, before being sentenced to five and a half years in jail.
With time already served, he will be eligible for parole in October, 2017.
Crown prosecutor Joshua Hanna said Proud became violent after he and Ms Kadadi, who had been together for only two-and-a-half months, attended a wedding and then a party.
The one-time athlete had been affectionate earlier in the evening but his mood shifted after Ms Kadadi handed him his wet clothes as they left the party, where he’d been pushed into a pool, he said.
The court heard Proud threw the items onto the roof of the house and said “who f****ing cares” when she asked him why he’d done it.
Kind of a funny answer when asked why you’re throwing things onto the roof, which I always thought what a generally funny thing in and of itself.
Bitches be like
“Black men are more sexy.”
A song for Richelle Kadadi.
He’s to hoping she can get out of the hospital and back to getting a load of that sweet brown sugar soon.