Woman Accused of trying to kill her Ex-New Girl friend in Hit & Run

The Woman arrested after allegedly trying to run over the current girlfriend of her ex was today released on bail by a judge after being hauled to court in handcuffs.

Kemi Coaker was banned from going within 500 metres of her alleged victim, despite the fact both women are thought to be living in Magaluf, while the judicial investigation against her continues.

She was also banned from leaving Majorca and told she had to surrender her passport.

The 29-year-old from Manchester hid her head under a grey hoodie as she was escorted into a court building in the Majorcan capital Palma to face a grilling from a judge.

Two armed Civil Guard officers led her in early this morning so she could be questioned about Tuesday evening’s hit-and-run.

Her alleged victim, named locally as 23-year-old Meghan Tattersall, is recovering after being mowed down on a pavement by a woman driver witnesses claim deliberately targeted her.

Meghan Tattersall (pictured) is reportedly in a relationship with Andrew Coaker, who was not with her when she was hit

Victim Meghan tattersal



Kemi, thought to live and work in Magaluf, was arrested by police in the nearby resort of Cala Vinyes half an hour after the incident on suspicion of attempted homicide.

Today a court official said: ‘Palma’s Court of Instruction Number 12, acting as a duty court, has agreed the detainee’s provisional release on bail.

‘The conditions of that release are the confiscation of her passport, a ban on leaving Majorca and a restraining order preventing her from going within 500 metres of her alleged victim.’

It is not known if the Brit, who under Spanish law has not yet been formally charged but remains the subject of an ongoing criminal investigation being conducted as an attempted homicide probe, answered questions put to her by the judge.

She reportedly claimed she couldn’t stand by and let a little B***ch steal her man..

The hearing was held behind closed doors as is customary in the early stages of a criminal investigation in Spain, where formal charges are only laid shortly before trial.

Witnesses said a car had run her over before speeding away from the scene. One of the witnesses said the car had mounted the pavement intent on running over the woman.

‘Officers were told the vehicle was a small, white car and police patrols were alerted

The victim’s injuries were described initially as serious, although they are not thought to be life-threatening.

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