- Cassie Norma Gillies, 25, found her ex-boyfriend in bed with another woman
- She screamed at Brandon Walker to 'get that s**t out of here' on March 22
- The 25-year-old was in May found guilty of intimidation and breaching an AVO
- She appealed her intensive corrections order in Gosford District Court on Friday
A glamorous real estate agent who had a screaming fit after finding her ex-boyfriend in bed with another woman has successfully appealed her intensive corrections order.
Cassie Norma Gillies, 25, unleashed on Brandon Walker after she arrived to gather some belongings at his home on the Central Coast, north of Sydney, at about 7.30am on Sunday March 22.
Mr Walker was in bed with another woman when he woke up to Gillies screaming profanities at them.
'Get that sl*t out of here,' Gillies screamed, according to Central Coast Express Advocate.
Mr Walker told Gillies to go but she continued to scream, prompting him to lead her outside and shut the door before she could get back in.
The real estate agent kept on screaming and kicked the door. She then moved to his bedroom window and hit the glass so hard that Mr Walker thought it would break.
Cassie Norma Gillies has appealed her intensive corrections order after screaming at her ex-boyfriend
Gillies then walked to the backyard and banged the glass sliding doors, threatening to smash the windows.
Mr Walker shares his home with family members, including a two-year-old girl, who were woken up by Gillies' screaming and banging.
Gillies was then charged with intimidation.
Police took out an apprehended violence order (AVO) against Gillies to protect Mr Walker from ongoing harassment.
But Gillies admitted to breaching the AVO when officers visited her on April 4. She said Mr Walker spent the night with her and she 'didn't want' the AVO anymore.
Gillies breached the AVO a second time when police spotted her and Mr Walker holding hands at Lake Haven Shopping Centre at 12.35pm on May 3.
In May the 25-year-old was found guilty of intimidation and two counts of breaching an apprehended violence order after twice taking back her boyfriend of more than 18 months, Central Coast Express Advocate reported.
Gillies was handed a nine-month ICO and ordered to do 80 hours of community service over the outburst. She was also given a 12-month and a 18-month community correction order for breaching the AVO.
The real estate agent had her ICO revoked and she was put on a three-year community corrections order with 80 hours of community service after appealing her sentence in Gosford District Court on Friday.
Judge Tanya Bright said while Gillies had a shoplifting offence at the age of 19 in 2014, she was of 'excellent character' and her behaviour earlier in the year was an 'aberration'.
The appeal against the AVO was dismissed as the breaches occurred less than two weeks of the AVO being served.
Gillies is now living in Liverpool, Sydney, after removing herself from her ex-boyfriend, the court was told.
She has also returned to work in property management after losing her job due to the coronavirus pandemic.
The court heard the 25-year-old is seeking the assistance of a psychologist after being diagnosed with depression and anxiety.
Gillies is required to report to Community Corrections at Liverpool within one week to set up her community service.