Miss World Australia allegedly attacked

Miss World Australia Jasmine Stringer. Picture: Instagram
Miss World Australia Jasmine Stringer. Picture: Instagram

A woman who allegedly assaulted reigning Miss World Australia while she was with a group of young models is still waiting to see the CCTV of the incident, a court has heard.

Lisa Eve Hartley, 46, was charged after police were called to Southport Park Shopping Centre following reports she allegedly confronted the group, including reigning Miss World Australia Jasmine Stringer and other Top Model Australia contestants on May 17.

Miss World Australia Jasmine Stringer was allegedly attacked in May in Southport. Picture: Instagram
Miss World Australia Jasmine Stringer was allegedly attacked in May in Southport. Picture: Instagram
Lisa Hartley (centre) allegedly attacked reigning Miss World Australia while she was with a group of young models. Picture: 7NEWS
Lisa Hartley (centre) allegedly attacked reigning Miss World Australia while she was with a group of young models. Picture: 7NEWS

On Tuesday, Ms Hartley had her remaining matters briefly mentioned again before Southport Magistrates Court.

The court was told her legal team are still waiting for the CCTV footage to be handed over to them by the police prosecutions.

She did not appear before the court and remains on bail.

The matter was adjourned to July 23 for further mention.

Miss World Australia Jasmine Stringer was with a group of models when the incident allegedly occurred. Picture: Instagram
Miss World Australia Jasmine Stringer was with a group of models when the incident allegedly occurred. Picture: Instagram

Video published by 7News showed Ms Hartley allegedly acting aggressively towards the group of models, which included young teens.

Court documents sighted by NewsWire stated Ms Hartley allegedly unlawfully assaulted Jasmine Stringer and also allegedly unlawfully assaulted Stevie Lyn Hearl while causing her bodily harm during the shopping centre attack.

Ms Stringer was crowned Miss World Australia in 2023 and was reportedly at the shopping centre after a catwalk practice alongside Ms Hearl, who has been named a 2024 Miss World Australia finalist.

Police prosecution also recently dropped one count of public nuisance after offering no evidence in relation to that charge for the May 17 incident.