Australia 7-Eleven axe attacker Evie Amati called Tinder date a 'sociopath' an hour before assault

10:01  11 july  2018
10:01  11 july  2018 Source:   abc.net.au

Evie Amati trial shown police interview with accused hours after axe attack

  Evie Amati trial shown police interview with accused hours after axe attack A jury is shown video of the woman who carried out the axe attack at a 7-Eleven in Sydney speaking calmly and articulately to police in the hours after the incident. Evie Amati is on trial in the NSW District Court over the attack in January 2017 and pleaded not guilty to several charges including grievous bodily harm with intent to murder.On Monday her police interview, which was recorded 14 hours after she entered the inner-Sydney convenience store, was released by the court.

Evie Amati , 24, allegedly attacked two people with an axe at a Sydney 7 - Eleven . She was accompanied by her girlfriend, Tara Maree, who she was dating for just over a year before the operation, and visited by her sister and mother afterwards.

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A woman who struck two people with an axe at a Sydney convenience store sent threatening messages to a woman she met on Tinder just over an hour before the attack, a court has heard.

Evie Amati, 26, is on trial in the NSW District Court accused of the attack at a 7-Eleven store at Enmore in Sydney's inner-west in the early hours of January 7, 2018.

It is alleged Ms Amati strolled into the convenience store at 2:19 am with an axe and used it to hit Ben Rimmer in the face and Sharon Hacker in the back of the head.

Mr Rimmer was buying a meat pie, and Ms Hacker was buying milk.

The Crown said Ms Amati then swung the axe at another man after leaving the store.

Woman accused of axe attack said she was 'going to kill a lot of people', court told

  Woman accused of axe attack said she was 'going to kill a lot of people', court told <p>Evie Amati, 26, is on trial in the NSW District Court over the alleged attack at a 7-11 store at Enmore in inner Sydney in January 2017.</p>A woman who allegedly attacked three people with an axe in Sydney told a friend an hour earlier that "one day I am going to kill a lot of people", a court has heard.

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All three people survived.

Ms Amati has pleaded not guilty to the axe attacks because she was mentally ill at the time.

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Evie Amati , who police allege carried out the terrifying axe attack on two early morning customers at 7 - Eleven last weekend, is a trangender union employee who used to be known as Karl.

Evie Amati . A man has told an Australian court of how he used his backpack to defend himself against axe blows from a woman wielding the weapon outside a convenience store a year and a half ago. I hate people” and “One day, I’m going to kill a lot of people” in the hour before going to the 7 - Eleven .

The court heard Ms Amati met up with Mickila Jahnsen, who was 25 at the time, earlier that night.

They had connected on the dating app Tinder and then exchanged messages on Facebook.

Ms Amati went to her house in Marrickville where, in the company of Ms Jahnsen's friends, they drank vodka and each took the drug MDMA in preparation for going out, Ms Jahnsen said.

Ms Jahnsen told the court they were en route to the Burdekin Hotel in Darlinghurst, when Ms Amati "suddenly" stopped the car to get out.

"She seemed kinda mad, angry and I was confused why," Ms Jahnsen said.

Tinder date 'freaked out', 'blocked' Amati

The court heard the pair then exchanged messages which started because Ms Jahnsen said she was concerned for Ms Amati's safety.

The court heard that in the message exchange, Ms Amati said she felt as though Ms Jahnsen thought she was "ugly" and she could tell she was not "attracted" to her.

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  ‘Most people deserve to die’: Facebook trail of axe rampager A woman who went on an axe rampage in an Enmore service station in Sydney’s inner west had allegedly fantasised about wanting to kill herself and others. Evie Amati’s District Court trial was told the 26-year-old was out drinking with friends when they took a capsule each of what they thought was MDMA.Crown Prosecutor Daniel McMahon said it actually contained MDA, which is also known as ecstasy. © Provided by Nine Digital Pty Ltd Evie Amati, 26, had allegedly fantasised about wanting to kill herself and others in the lead up to the axe attack.

Terrifying moment a blonde woman attacks two innocent customers with an AXE at the counter of a Sydney 7 - Eleven - before stepping over her victims and walking away. Attacker then hits second victim in the back of the head before strolling away. Police have arrested Evie Amati , 24, who is

Scroll down for video. Evie Amati (pictured), a transgender woman, is accused of an alleged axe attack at a 7 - Eleven in Sydney's inner-west in 2017. Less than half- an - hour before Amati walked into the 7 - Eleven , armed with the axe and with a knife in her back pocket, she sent a message saying

Ms Jahnsen told the court the messages then escalated and Ms Amati called her a "sociopath" and said "people like you is what's wrong with the world".

"One day I'm going to kill a lot of people and it will be your fault," Ms Jahnsen said was in one of the messages.

"I freaked out and blocked her on Facebook," Ms Jahnsen told the court.

The last messages were sent an hour before the alleged attack.

Ms Amati shook her head in disagreement during parts of Ms Jahnsen's evidence.

The trial continues.

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