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Mum fronts court over Sydney nightclub brawl that saw five cops hospitalised

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PICTURED: Glamorous mum who fronted court over vicious nightclub brawl that left cops with horror injuries and smashed up faces

  • A mother has fronted court over a vicious brawl outside a Sydney nightclub 
  • Kirsten Andersen, her partner Sione Usaia and brother Tuni appeared on Monday
  • Police were called to Potts Point on Saturday following reports of a disturbance 
  • Five police officers were treated in hospital after large fight broke out after 11pm 

A mother has fronted court over a vicious brawl outside a Sydney nightclub which saw five police officers hospitalised. 

Kirsten Andersen, her partner Sione Usaia and his brother Tuni faced court on Monday after they were charged for Saturday evening’s riot outside Flamingo Lounge on Bayswater Rd in Potts Point.

Police were called to the club following reports of a disturbance breaking out after a man was removed from the venue at about 11.20pm. 

Kirsten Andersen (pictured), her partner Sione Usaia and his brother Tuni faced court on Monday after they were charged for Saturday evening's riot outside Flamingo Lounge on Bayswater Rd in Potts Point

Kirsten Andersen (pictured), her partner Sione Usaia and his brother Tuni faced court on Monday after they were charged for Saturday evening’s riot outside Flamingo Lounge on Bayswater Rd in Potts Point

Police were called to the club following reports of a disturbance breaking out after a man was removed from the venue at about 11.20pm

Police were called to the club following reports of a disturbance breaking out after a man was removed from the venue at about 11.20pm 

A large fight erupted between a group of people and Kings Cross Police were assisted by the Public Order and Riot Squad to diffuse the brawl.

Five police officers were treated in hospital after the ordeal but have since been released. 

One officer suffered a fractured elbow and torn bicep, another dislocated their jaw and a third was treated for a fractured jaw. 

Two further male constables were treated for concussion and bruising, police said.  

It’s alleged the trio are among six people who attacked the police officers during the brawl, The Daily Telegraph reported. 

In court on Monday, Magistrate Robert Williams heard Andersen, a young mum-of-one, tried to distract police as Sione Usaia attempted to flee the scene. 

In court on Monday, Magistrate Robert Williams heard Andersen, a young mum-of-one, tried to distract police as Sione Usaia attempted to flee the scene

In court on Monday, Magistrate Robert Williams heard Andersen, a young mum-of-one, tried to distract police as Sione Usaia attempted to flee the scene

The 24-year-old allegedly ‘dug a nail’ into an officer’s arm and ‘screamed incoherently’, after intercepting police in pursuit of her partner.

It was argued Andersen’s alleged involvement in the incident was ‘minor’ and her application for bail was approved. 

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Andersen, who has no prior criminal record, must report to Campbelltown police station three times a week and is banned from the CBD. 

The court was told her 25-year-old partner had a ‘lengthy’ history with criminal activity and his bail application was denied. 

A large fight erupted between a group of people and Kings Cross Police were assisted by the Public Order and Riot Squad to diffuse the brawl

A large fight erupted between a group of people and Kings Cross Police were assisted by the Public Order and Riot Squad to diffuse the brawl 

Andersen, who has no prior criminal record, must report to Campbelltown police station three times a week and is banned from the CBD. The court was told her 25-year-old partner had a 'lengthy' history with criminal activity and his bail application was denied

Andersen, who has no prior criminal record, must report to Campbelltown police station three times a week and is banned from the CBD. The court was told her 25-year-old partner had a ‘lengthy’ history with criminal activity and his bail application was denied

Tuni Usaia did not apply for bail and it was formally refused. 

The 34-year-old from Airds was charged with affray, cause grievous bodily harm to police officer on duty, assault police officer in execution of duty, assault officer in execution of duty and resist officer in execution of duty. 

He is due back in court on December 19. 

Sione Usaia, from Ambarvale, was charged with affray and possess prohibited drug. 

Andersen was charged with affray, assault police officer in execution of duty, assault officer in execution of duty, resist officer in execution of duty, wilfully obstruct officer in execution of duty, and excluded person remain in vicinity of licensed premises. 

The couple will both return to court on November 7. 

It's alleged the trio are among six people who attacked the police officers during the brawl

It’s alleged the trio are among six people who attacked the police officers during the brawl 

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