Australia Schoolies attacker walks from court with just $600 fine

02:26  12 march  2018
02:26  12 march  2018 Source:

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Apprentice concreter, 18, who punched a teenage girl in the face during Schoolies celebrations He punched a teenage girl during Schoolies in Victor Harbor, south of Adelaide Manevski-Radin was ordered to pay court costs and a $ 600 fine the girl in the face during Schoolies celebrations has walked away with just a $ 600 fine .

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Brittany Powell, 18, was celebrating the end of her school career at Victor Harbor south of Adelaide in November last year when she was set upon by 18-year-old Filip Manevski-Radin and another man.

Sickening footage of the attack shows Manevski-Radin slug Ms Powell on the face before being pulled back by other partygoers.

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"I just fell to the ground on the side. Like screaming. Like holding my lip. It was bleeding. And then everyone was around me," Ms Powell said.

The victim said she was relieved when Manevski-Radin pleaded guilty to the assault, but appalled when he walked away from court last week with just a $600 fine and no criminal conviction.

"It's really bad. A $600 fine? I'll probably pay that in physio and psychologists," Ms Powell said. "It's like, he's barely going to suffer for this."

Brittany Powell. © Nine News Brittany Powell. Ms Powell said the punch was completely unprovoked. She was dancing with boyfriend Jake when two males approached her, who left and then reappeared with Manevski-Radin in tow.

"He came for me and looked me straight in the yes. And he punched me like, square in the face."

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Ms Powell's mother Gina said her daughter had not been the same since the attack, requiring physio for damage to her neck and regular counselling sessions.

"She still says to me she sees his eyes looking at her," she said.

"He didn't seem very sensible to me. He looked like on the video that he was looking for trouble."

During proceedings, the magistrate heard positive character references for Manevski-Radin who was described as a "decent sort of person."

Ms Powell's family is now calling for the matter to be overturned. South Australia Police have reviewed the matter but will not take further action, with the family turning to their local MP demanding answers.

"He needs to have a criminal conviction. Do community service and definitely a higher penalty," mum Gina said. "$600? I'm sorry you get a speeding fine more than that."

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