Daniel Andrews has attacked Rebecca Judd after the AFL WAG criticized his government for not doing enough to combat crime in Melbourne’s posh suburb.
The Prime Minister said he was ‘not interested in arguing with Ms Judd’ after she said she felt unsafe at home in Brighton in an Instagram post on Thursday.
Ms Judd claimed the state government ‘doesn’t appear to care’ or do anything about the ‘rape, beatings and home invasions at the hands of Bayside gangs’.
Mr Andrews told The Herald Sun on Sunday: “I’m not interested in arguing with Miss Judd.
Hit back: Daniel Andrews (left) is back after AFL WAG Bec Judd claimed she felt unsafe in her $7.3 million mansion due to ‘home invasions at the hands of the gangs party’ in the affluent Melbourne suburb of Brighton
‘It is also my duty to point out, I think there are more than 70 additional police officers in the Bayside area, and the most recent crime statistics released by an independent agency would not support these assessments. extensive knowledge of all forms of crime.’
On Thursday, Bec, 39, criticized Andrews’ government for not doing enough to combat ‘rape, beatings and home invasions’ in her posh suburb.
She lives in a $7.3 million mansion in Brighton, southeast of the city, with her husband, retired AFL star Chris Judd, and their four children.
‘The most recent crime statistics released by an independent body will not support those sweeping assessments’: The Victorian premier denied the mother-of-four’s claims on Sunday, insisting Recent crime statistics in the affluent suburb of Brighton do not support her fears
Bec retweeted CCTV footage of a group of young men lurking outside some of her affluent suburban properties and claimed it made her feel ‘unsafe’.
The teenagers, who were believed to be armed with knives, were arrested while hiding outside several properties in the Bayside area before crashing the stolen BMW into a tree.
The mother-of-four said the state government ‘didn’t seem to care’ about the recent rise in crime and said she felt unsafe in her Brighton mansion.
Unrest: On Thursday, Bec criticized Andrews’ government for not doing enough to combat ‘rape, beatings and home invasions’ in her posh suburb
The good life: She lives in a $7.3 million mansion in Brighton, the south-east of the city with her husband, retired AFL star Chris Judd (right) and their four children
Ms Judd wrote on Instagram on Thursday: “So fed up with the rapes, beatings and home invasions at the hands of gangs in Bayside.
‘I personally know two women who have experienced home invasions in Brighton in the past few weeks while they are at home.’
Bec’s home has a gym, tennis court that can be turned into ‘a baseball field or a spacious oval’ and a magnesium salt pool.
There is also a spacious wet bar complete with pool tables and a bar.
Bec wrote on Instagram: ‘So fed up with the rapes, beatings and home invasions at the hands of gangs in Bayside.
Source: | Dailymail.co.uk