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Testifying at her manslaughter trial in the WA Supreme Court on Friday, business analyst Tracey Bridgewater, 41, said she quickly fell in love with Nicholas Josephs, 44, who was initially generous and kind but bad characteristics swiftly emerged. He moved in three months after they met in and that same month pinned her down and tried to strangle her, Bridgewater said. She said he was often irrationally jealous if she spent time with others, would wake her in the night to question her after looking in her phone, and ask who she had lunch with at work. The night she killed Mr Josephs, he became enraged after she said she would call police because he refused to stop blaring music.

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Hamilton Hill woman denies stabbing her partner to death

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The mother of a Perth woman who fatally stabbed her de facto during a fight sparked by loud music says he had attacked everyone in the room and she thought he would kill them all. Mr Josephs became violent after Bridgewater threatened to call police over heavy metal music he refused to turn down, assaulting his much-smaller girlfriend before turning on her parents. That's accepted by the prosecution, but it argues Bridgewater's actions were not authorised, justified or excused by law, saying she should have sought help instead of escalating an already tense situation.

Diane Bridgewater, 60, who was visiting from England with her husband John to celebrate the accused's 40th birthday and meet Mr Josephs, testified he looked angry when they returned home from a beachfront bar.

When her daughter complained about the music, he jumped up from his seat, pushed her backwards into a corner and grabbed at her as she tearfully tried to get free, while Mr Bridgewater pulled at Mr Josephs' shirt, saying he should leave and cool down.

I went straight to the ground," Ms Bridgewater said on Wednesday, adding his eyes were "horrible" and "his face had changed". She said she was terrified as Mr Josephs then put her husband, who has had heart problems, in a headlock, and then pushed him onto a sofa, repeatedly punched him and tried to strangle him. I thought he was dead. I thought he Mr Josephs was going to kill us," she said. During the attack on her husband, she grabbed Mr Josephs "by the goolies Mr Bridgewater said she then recalled seeing Mr Josephs — who threw his partner across the room at one stage and shouted "I'm going to kill all of you" many times — with a red dot on his shirt.

He slid down the wall, she said, and she dropped to the floor too. The deceased's family wept from the public gallery as she testified, while Bridgewater sobbed as photos of her injured, bleeding father were shown.

He suffered a fractured eye socket and a bite mark, while his wife sustained a possible fractured rib, and both were left bruised. A doctor who examined Mr Bridgewater said tests showed no vascular irregularities from attempted strangulation.

Ms Bridgewater said she recalled her daughter going to the neighbours for help after the stabbing, and the court previously heard she phoned triple zero. Do you have a story tip? News Home. Follow us. Latest Coronavirus National. Australian Associated Press. Yahoo News Australia 23 January View photos. Tracey Bridgewater right is on trial over the stabbing death of her partner Nicholas Josephs left who she told a court 'attacked everyone in the room'.

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A Perth woman fatally stabbed her partner after he attacked her and her parents in "an extreme and psychotic rage", threatening to kill them and her dogs after she said she would call police because he was blaring music, her trial has heard. Tracey Bridgewater, 41, is charged with the manslaughter of Nicholas Josephs, 44, at their Hamilton Hill home in September A WA Supreme Court jury heard her parents, who were aged in their 60s, were visiting from the UK and had only met Mr Josephs for the first time days before the argument erupted. Defence counsel Jonathan Davies said Mr Josephs turned the heavy metal music up after Bridgewater and her father told him to turn it down, then "lost it". He said Mr Josephs threw his much smaller girlfriend across the room, slammed her against the wall and caused her to lose consciousness.

A "professional, educated" year-old woman fatally stabbed her partner in front of her parents — who had come to Perth to meet him — after he "exploded" in "an extreme and inexplicable psychotic rage", the WA Supreme Court has been told. Tracey Elizabeth Diane Bridgewater, 41, is on trial accused of unlawfully killing Nicholas Josephs, 44, at their Hamilton Hill home in Perth's southern suburbs in September

A jury has been unable to reach a verdict in the case of a woman who killed her de facto partner in their Perth home after he attacked her and her parents. Tracey Bridgewater, 41, stabbed Nicholas Josephs, 44, once in the chest with a kitchen knife at their Hamilton Hill house in September , penetrating his vital organs. She argued self defence at her WA Supreme Court manslaughter trial, saying she feared Mr Josephs would kill her and her parents when he exploded into a violent rage during a dispute about him blaring music. Ms Bridgewater told the court Mr Josephs had been violent towards her during their month relationship, trying to strangle her while pinning her down twice.

Jury hung over WA woman who killed partner

The mother of a Perth woman who fatally stabbed her de facto during a fight sparked by loud music says he had attacked everyone in the room and she thought he would kill them all. Mr Josephs became violent after Bridgewater threatened to call police over heavy metal music he refused to turn down, assaulting his much-smaller girlfriend before turning on her parents. That's accepted by the prosecution, but it argues Bridgewater's actions were not authorised, justified or excused by law, saying she should have sought help instead of escalating an already tense situation. Diane Bridgewater, 60, who was visiting from England with her husband John to celebrate the accused's 40th birthday and meet Mr Josephs, testified he looked angry when they returned home from a beachfront bar. When her daughter complained about the music, he jumped up from his seat, pushed her backwards into a corner and grabbed at her as she tearfully tried to get free, while Mr Bridgewater pulled at Mr Josephs' shirt, saying he should leave and cool down. I went straight to the ground," Ms Bridgewater said on Wednesday, adding his eyes were "horrible" and "his face had changed". She said she was terrified as Mr Josephs then put her husband, who has had heart problems, in a headlock, and then pushed him onto a sofa, repeatedly punched him and tried to strangle him. I thought he was dead.

Woman accused of stabbing partner to death claims self-defence

A jury has been unable to reach a verdict in the case of a woman who killed her de facto partner in their Perth home after he attacked her and her parents. Tracey Bridgewater, 41, stabbed Nicholas Josephs, 44, once in the chest with a kitchen knife at their Hamilton Hill house in September , penetrating his vital organs. She argued self defence at her WA Supreme Court manslaughter trial, saying she feared Mr Josephs would kill her and her parents when he exploded into a violent rage after she threatened to call police because he refused to stop blaring music. Bridgewater told the court Mr Josephs had been violent towards her during their month relationship, trying to strangle her while pinning her down twice.

The mother of a Perth woman who fatally stabbed her de facto during a fight sparked by loud music says he had attacked everyone in the room and she thought he would kill them all.

Tracey Bridgewater is charged with the manslaughter of Nicholas Josephs at their Hamilton Hill home in Tracey Bridgewater is charged with the manslaughter of Nicholas Josephs. Picture: Nine News Source:Channel 9. Tracey Bridgewater, 41, is charged with the manslaughter of Nicholas Josephs, 44, at their Hamilton Hill home in September

Tracey Bridgewater trial: Partner ‘bit’ her father before she allegedly stabbed him

By Australian Associated Press. A jury has been unable to reach a verdict in the case of a woman accused of killing her de facto partner in their Perth home after he attacked her and her parents. Tracey Bridgewater, 41, stabbed Nicholas Josephs, 44, once in the chest with a kitchen knife at their Hamilton Hill house in September , penetrating his vital organs.

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Mr Josephs became violent after Bridgewater threatened to call police over heavy metal he refused to stop blaring. Prosecutors say he assaulted his much-smaller girlfriend before turning on her parents, who were aged in their 60s. They allege he pushed Bridgewater, punched her father in the face - fracturing an eye socket - and may have kicked her mother after pulling her to the ground by her hair. To find out more about how we use cookies, please see our Cookie Guide. Paramedics who were called to the house after Bridgewater phoned triple zero saying she had stabbed Mr Josephs in the chest testified in court on Tuesday. Simon Klass said crews tried to resuscitate the victim as he lay in a pool of blood in the entrance area of the house, while Bridgewater was out the front in a police van as her injured parents were assessed.

Hamilton Hill woman charged over partner’s death

Testifying at her manslaughter trial in the WA Supreme Court on Friday, business analyst Tracey Bridgewater, 41, said she quickly fell in love with Nicholas Josephs, 44, who was initially generous and kind but bad characteristics swiftly emerged. He moved in three months after they met in and that same month pinned her down and tried to strangle her, Bridgewater said. She said he was often irrationally jealous if she spent time with others, would wake her in the night to question her after looking in her phone, and ask who she had lunch with at work. The night she killed Mr Josephs, he became enraged after she said she would call police because he refused to stop blaring music. Her parents, who were visiting from England, were also attacked as they tried to intervene, with the father throttled and repeatedly punched. Bridgewater said she ran out of the house, unsuccessfully sought help from three neighbours and considered approaching a fourth but feared her father would be dead by the time she returned. All rights reserved. Close navigation menu Subscribe Log In.

Jan 23, - A Hamilton Hill woman who fatally stabbed her de facto in their Perth home before fatally stabbing partner Nicholas Josephs at Hamilton Hill home throwing a coffee table across the room, threatening to kill her and again.

A year-old woman has been charged with manslaughter, accused of fatally stabbing her partner at their Hamilton Hill home last night. Homicide squad detectives allege the woman was involved in a fight with the man which resulted in his death. Police and an ambulance were called to the property about 8. Neighbour Lorraine, who did not want her surname used, said she heard yelling and screaming coming from the home last night. Then when I looked out about half an hour later there were police everywhere and ambulances and I knew something bad had happened.

By Australian Associated Press. A woman fatally stabbed her partner after he assaulted her parents during a fight over loud music in their Perth home, her trial has been told. Prosecutor James Mactaggart told a WA Supreme Court jury on Monday the couple had enjoyed a night out with her parents, who were visiting from the UK and meeting Josephs for the first time, when the argument erupted.

A woman who fatally stabbed her partner at a family gathering has told WA's Supreme Court she made the decision to pick up a knife during a violent scuffle because she felt she "had no other way" of protecting herself and her parents. Tracey Elizabeth Diane Bridgewater, 41, was giving evidence in her own defence at her trial on a charge of unlawfully killing Nicholas Josephs at their Hamilton Hill home in September The court heard Mr Josephs was stabbed in the chest after a violent argument which included him throwing Ms Bridgewater across a room, throwing her mother by the hair to the floor and strangling and repeatedly punching her father.

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