Woman assaulted at wedding

A HAPPY day turned bad for one couple when a guest at their wedding was charged with assaulting another woman.

Julie Ann Tylor faced Maryborough Magistrates Court this week after she allegedly attacked the other woman.

She was charged with assault occasioning bodily harm after the incident at Boonooroo on August 22.

The court heard Tylor was a mother of two children, one of whom had special needs.

Defence lawyer Tammy Kerle said an incident arose after Tylor's special needs child was bullied.

The two women allegedly had a heated exchange before Tylor assaulted the other, prosecutor Sergeant Craig Ryan told the court.

Tylor, from Boonooroo, had never been in trouble with the law before.

Magistrate John Smith released her on bail with the condition she have no contact with the alleged victim.

The case was adjourned for committal mention in the court on December 21.



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