Greene is a Nasty piece of Work, Money mad, and also it is Alleged Gemma is involved with Dark Forces in Coolock? Young people Stay Away from her social media exploits on Instagram and the rest? Pay her Nothing.

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Pane the penalty Gardai called after home of M50 chase woman Gemma Greene attacked

Locals yesterday described the event as ‘shocking’ in the otherwise quite cul-de-sac.

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The broken panes in windows of Gemma
              Greene’s house

Gemma Greene


March 28 2021 06:30 AM

The HOME of ‘M50 woman’ Gemma Greene came under attack from a man known to her on Tuesday afternoon.

Gardaí were called to the address on Dublin’s northside after the man kicked in the front door at 4pm and tried to force his way into the property.

It is understood both Greene and her mother were in the property at the time.

Our pictures taken yesterday, as the Sunday World called to the address, show how the front window of Greene’s home has been smashed in two places.

The broken panes in windows of Gemma
              Greene’s house

The broken panes in windows of Gemma Greene’s house

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Locals yesterday described the event as ‘shocking’ in the otherwise quite cul-de-sac.

Greene did not answer when our reporter knocked on the front door.

Sources say that although gardaí responded to a call-out to the address on Tuesday, neither Greene nor any other occupant of the house has made a formal complaint.

Greene, who has recently set up a page on the adult site ‘Only Fans’ charging €10 a month for access to pictures and videos of herself, appeared in court on Thursday.

Reporter Patrick O’Connell knocks on the
              front door of Gemma Greene’s home

Reporter Patrick O’Connell knocks on the front door of Gemma Greene’s home

The 24-year-old – who live-streamed videos as she allegedly led gardaí on a high-speed chase on the M50 – broke Covid-19 quarantine rules by turning up at the court in person.

She appeared at Dublin District Court in connection with the high-profile pursuit on the M50 on the night of March 1, 2021.

But she was still four days off from completing two weeks’ quarantine after a recent holiday.

Judge Treasa Kelly told her to come back on Monday when she will face a Garda request to tighten bail conditions and an objection to legal aid being granted.

Gardaí chased a car on the M50 until it stopped at the Hampton Wood Drive area of Ballymun.

Footage was live-streamed on social media with a driver recorded singing to music.

After the incident, she was arrested, charged and granted station bail to appear in court on Thursday.

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Due to the pandemic, defendants are currently not obliged to turn up at the district court in the early stages of cases, once they have instructed legal representation and have a lawyer in court.

Over recent weeks, Ms Greene has gained 14,000 Instagram followers and has set up a pay-per-view ‘Only Fans’ account to boost her online profile.

She has also given newspaper interviews,and has built up her social media presence with photos from a recent one-week holiday to Spain.

Ms Greene, from Bunratty Road, Coolock, Dublin, is charged with two counts of dangerous driving, on the M50 at Junctions 4 and 9 northbound.

Gemma Greene attended court when she should have been
              in quarantine

Gemma Greene attended court when she should have been in quarantine

She has not yet entered a plea.

Evidence of arrest, charge and caution were furnished to the judge in a document.

A summary of prosecution evidence has been handed over to her solicitor John Quinn, the court was told. There was CCTV footage and a file has gone to the Director of Public Prosecutions.

Garda Jane Keegan told the court there would be an application to change Ms Greene’s bail terms.

The court sergeant also pointed out that Ms Greene should be in quarantine as she had recently been out of the country.

Gda Keegan confirmed that Ms Greene returned on March 15 and should have stayed in quarantine for two weeks, until Monday.

She came into the courtroom but remained silent and was told to leave again after the judge agreed she should have stuck to quarantine rules.

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Her solicitor objected to the application to change existing conditions of bail.

He said Ms Greene had answered bail, and the “proof was in the pudding” because she had not tried to avoid court.

Gda Keegan said Ms Greene had a “tendency to leave the country”.

Mr Quinn argued the fact that she had come back and answered bail should put to bed any concerns about her not attending court.

Judge Kelly adjourned the case until tomorrow for Ms Greene to complete two weeks’ quarantine.

An application for legal aid was made with the court hearing that Ms Greene was not working.

Gda Keegan said, however, that there will be an objection to that request when the case resumes.

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