Rebecca Judd launched an angry broadside against the Daniel Andrews administration for failing to take enough measures to stop a series of “rapes, beatings, and home invasions” in her upscale neighborhood.
Premier Daniel Andrews slammed the AFL WAG’s allegation that she felt unsafe in her $7.3 million home in the Bayside local government.
Judd claims that the Victorian government, in particular, “doesn’t seem to care” about crime in the Bayside region, which includes wealthy enclaves Beaumaris and Brighton.
“I’m not interested in having an argument with Ms Judd,” Mr Andrews told reporters.
“I’m also obliged to point out though, I think there are more than 70 additional police in the Bayside area, and the most recent crime statistics released by an independent agency would not support those sweeping assessments about patterns of crime.”
“I personally know(s) 2 women who have experienced home invasions in Brighton in the last few weeks while they were at home,” Bec wrote on social media, adding that neighbours “feel unsafe.”
The Judd couple move into their $7.3 million mansion in Brighton in 2018.