Socialite Jasmine Hartin returns to jail
This was the moment when socialite Jasmine Hartin broke the silence and was dramatically re-arrested hours later, telling DailyMail.com the horror of “accidentally” killing the best Belgian police officer.
Hertin, 32, awaiting a trial to shoot Henry Gemot with his service pistol, was detained Thursday afternoon when she reported to the police station as part of her daily bail requirements.
In the chaotic scene of the San Ignacio police station, the two mothers begged police to do nothing wrong before facing the prospect of returning to a harsh Belgian prison. ..
The details of the accusation were not immediately revealed, but when Hartin tried to meet his four-year-old twins Elle and Charlie on Tuesday afternoon, his partner Andrew Ashcroft (son of Sir Ashcroft of England). ) And after a collision.
Jasmine Heartin was arrested again in Belize on Thursday, DailyMail.com can reveal. She was arrested hours after she spoke to the Daily Mail.com and was revealed to be the victim of an attempted rape a few days before she shot Gemot.
When Hertin hunted down his seven-year partner at a hotel restaurant, he repeatedly asked on his cell phone: Why don’t you let me see the children? “
She later told the DailyMail.com that authorities were trying to revoke bail for a conflict at the fashionable Alaia Belize resort on San Pedro Island, which she ran with Andrew before Gemot’s death.
That was exactly what happened when she arrived for her daily check-in schedule. His mother, Candice Castiglione, was incredibly watching.
“I’m detained for something in San Pedro. I don’t know why,” stunned Hartin called to DailyMail.com from behind the front desk.
“This is illegal, I’m being detained illegally now. I don’t know what this fee is. An unknown claim from someone in San Pedro. I don’t know why I’m being detained.
“All I did was collect my personal belongings and meet the children. I obeyed all court orders. I haven’t done anything wrong here.”
In a video shot by the DailyMail.com, I want to know what Hertin did to break the $ 30,000 Belize dollar bail ($ 15,000).
The policeman replied: “According to San Pedro police, you have been detained for a general assault.” When asked who was accused of assaulting a police officer, she added, “I can’t comment.”
The details of the accusation were not immediately clear, but after Hartin clashed with partner Andrew Ashcroft.
Earlier this week, Hertin shot on his cell phone when he confronted Andrew at a hotel in Alaïa. “Why don’t you let me see the kids Andrew? Why don’t you let me see the kids?” She says she chased him in the hotel kitchen.
Hertin could be taken back to the solemn Hattyville Prison, which was once featured in the Netflix documentary “Sneak! The World’s Toughest Prison.”
After spending eight days there, she was warned by a judge on June 9, saying she could be thrown back behind the bar unless she signed in to the police every day and gave her ID and passport. I was warned.
“Being in jail is easier than leaving my children. If I could have children, I would go to jail every day,” Hertin added before being taken to the cell.
“This is scary. The worst thing he has done to me is to take my child,” she added with a clear reference to Andrew Ashcroft.
Hertin’s mother, Candice Castiglione, 66, flew from Ontario to support her daughter and was with her when she tried to meet her children on Tuesday.
She told the DailyMail.com that she was puzzled by the assault charges because she didn’t see Hertin pushing or contacting the guards.
“If you have physical contact, you can watch it in the video. Jasmine didn’t push or abuse anyone, she was a woman all the time,” she told the DailyMail.com. It was.
Castiglione desperately wants news about her daughter’s recent imprisonment, but said she was afraid to talk to Belize police.
‘This is all configured. I’m worried they’ll lose her, “she insisted. “I was the only one who could help her, but I’m afraid to return to the police station.”
Gemot, the father of five and a highly regarded officer nominated as the future leader of his country’s police, was struck behind his right ear with a 9mm bullet from his own Glock 17 service pistol.
Hertin tearfully described Gemot as a “great man” and her “friend.” She urged her to get a gun license after being attacked at a party.
A 24-year veteran of the Belize Police Department, Gemot has left five children and a 14-year partner, describing the family as his inner wife. His funeral took place on June 12, almost two weeks after she was shot dead.
According to criminal accusations, he “socied” with Hertin and drank alone at a secluded hotel pier on the tropical island of Ambergrisky, home to millionaire aliens.
Guards heard a “loud noise” at 12:45 am, police arrived and discovered that Canadian citizen Hartin was “covered with blood-red material.”
The used shell casing was still left in the gun found at the Matarox Hotel pier, along with magazines, live ammunition, and a pool of blood.
After spending the weekend behind the bar, Hertin made a statement in front of lawyer Godfrey Smith, and an off-duty police officer showed her how to handle a gun while the two were drinking and hanging out. Said
In an exclusive interview with the DailyMail.com on Thursday, she repeated her version of the event, stating that the gun unexpectedly fell when she tried to reinsert and return the clip.
“Henry was my friend. It was an accident, I didn’t run away from the scene. The first thing I did was to call the police myself,” she said.
“There is literally no day when I don’t cry, my chest doesn’t hurt, and I don’t feel pain for his children, his family, and him.”
She also revealed for the first time that the reason she was practicing with a gun was because an unnamed man tried to rape her at a party six days ago.
Hertin’s mother, Candice Castiglione, 66, flew from Ontario to support her daughter and was with her when she tried to meet her children on Tuesday. She told the DailyMail.com that she was puzzled by the assault charges because she didn’t see Hertin pushing or contacting security staff.
Three days after Gemot’s death, Hertin was charged with negligent manslaughter after prosecutors opposed murder or full-scale manslaughter with the strength of her witness statement claiming it was an accident. it was done.
The crime can be imprisoned for up to nine months or fined approximately $ 10,000 Belize ($ 5,000 in US $).
However, instead of being released on bail, Petite Hartin was taken on a boat to the mainland of Belize, where he spent eight days in the infamous Hattiville.
When she was finally released, she did not live with her family, but stayed in a safe place near San Ignacio near the Guatemalan border.
She claims that Andrew’s relationship with her had bottomed out when Hertin traveled to San Pedro on Tuesday and went to see the children just to prevent the couple’s house from entering the Grand Colony Resort. I will.
“I didn’t go there looking for a fight. I met the children who were denied access and went there hoping to collect mine,” she later told the DailyMail.com. It was.
“Authorities are now trying to claim that I have acted improperly and violated parole. But there is nothing to say that the children are invisible. There is no custody procedure.”