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Cloe Jessica Byrnes from Cannonvale in Queensland throws ex-boyfriend's grandfather to the ground

An angry girlfriend threw her ex-boyfriend’s grandfather to the ground and smashed the elderly man’s  window with a shovel after breaking up with his grandson. 

Cloe Jessica Byrnes from Cannonvale in Queensland was staying with her boyfriend and his grandparents when the pair split on March 7.

The elderly grandparents requested she leave their home after causing a scene during the breakup.  

Cloe Jessica Byrnes from Cannonvale in Queensland was staying with her boyfriend and his grandparents

Cloe Jessica Byrnes from Cannonvale in Queensland was staying with her boyfriend and his grandparents

Police were called and Byrnes left before returning an hour later in a rage of fury as she began yelling, banging on doors and crying as she ‘got her belongings’, Fraser Coast Chronicle reported. 

The grandfather, 78, was helping unload items from a car to give to Byrnes when she grabbed him and threw him aggressively onto the ground.

The man suffered bruising and bleeding to his arm, a grazed knee and pain. 

The mother-of-one then threw a brick through the back window the man’s vehicle. 

Byrnes appeared in Hervey Magistrate’s Court on four charges including serious assault including charge to wilful damage after smashing the window with a shovel.

Her lawyer told the court that his client was emotional at the time of the attack on the elderly man following the breakup. 

Byrnes apologised to her ex-boyfriend’s grandfather and was ordered to pay $250 for the broken car window. 

She was also handed a 12 months’ probation with no conviction recorded.

In a furious rage, Byrnes (pictured) threw her ex-boyfriend's elderly grandfather onto the ground

In a furious rage, Byrnes (pictured) threw her ex-boyfriend’s elderly grandfather onto the ground

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