Sydney real estate agent faces court over seven-month harassment campaign of ex-boyfriend 

Sydney real estate agent faces court over seven month harassment campaign


How a glamorous real estate agent and former private school girl kneed her ex where it REALLY hurts at a packed pub after seven-month harassment campaign

  • Ainslee Cardillo kneed ex-boyfriend in groin at popular nightspot, court heard
  • Ugly incident followed seven month harassment campaign targeting ex-lover
  • Young woman pleaded guilty to stalking and intimidation and common assault
  • Cardillo escaped conviction but copped two-year apprehended violence order










A real estate agent who harassed and stalked her ex-boyfriend for months before she kneed him in the groin during an ugly confrontation at a popular nightspot, a court has heard.

Ainslee Cardillo, 20, from Sydney’s Sutherland Shire, launched a relentless harassment campaign against her ex after the pair’s 18 month relationship ended on bad terms in June 2020.

A court has heard how the former Danebank Anglican School for Girls student tried to contact him through Instagram, bombarded him with abusive texts and yelled at him from outside his home and threw things at the front door, the St George Standard reported.

Ainslee Cardillo (pictured) pleaded guilty to one count of stalking and intimidation and one count of common assault against her former boyfriend

Ainslee Cardillo (pictured) pleaded guilty to one count of stalking and intimidation and one count of common assault against her former boyfriend

‘Some of the texts included ‘if I find out you touched a girl I’ll f****** ruin everything’, and ‘I warned you I did way worse than message, you will f***** see’,’ police facts tendered to Sutherland Local Court state.

Cardillo’s ex made numerous attempts to end the online harassment by blocking Instagram accounts she had set up to contact, the court heard.

She then tried to communicate by transferring him money with notes such as ‘I need you, I love you, talk to me please’, the publication reported.

Tensions hit boiling point when the pair came face to face at popular Cronulla nightspot Northies.

The real estate agent and former private girl student from Sydney's Sutherland Shire harassed her former boyfriend for seven months following their bitter break-up in June 2020

The real estate agent and former private girl student from Sydney’s Sutherland Shire harassed her former boyfriend for seven months following their bitter break-up in June 2020

Police facts tendered to the court claim Cardillo poured a drink over her ex’s back and head and went to grab another beverage to throw at him when another patron intervened and stopped her.

The victim tried to distance himself from the incident before he was kneed in the testicles by Cardillo, which caused great pain and discomfort, the court heard. 

Cardillo pleaded guilty to one count of stalking and intimidation and one count of common assault.

Magistrate Philip Stewart sentenced Cardillo to nine-month conditional release order with no conviction recorded.

The former Danebank Anglican School for Girls student also bombarded her ex with abusive texts and yelled at him from outside his home as she threw things at the front door, a court heard

The former Danebank Anglican School for Girls student also bombarded her ex with abusive texts and yelled at him from outside his home as she threw things at the front door, a court heard

A court heard Ainslee Cardillo kneed her ex in the groin at popular Cronulla nightspot Northies

A court heard Ainslee Cardillo kneed her ex in the groin at popular Cronulla nightspot Northies

A two-year apprehended violence order was also issued, banning Cardillo from contacting, stalking, assaulting, intimidate, threaten or harass her ex.

The magistrate had some words of wisdom for the young woman. 

‘You’re a young woman, you’re 20 years old,’ Mr Stewart told her.

‘You’ve got plenty of good life ahead of you but not every relationship works out well.’

Ainslee Cardillo (pictured) escaped conviction but had a two-year apprehended violence order issued against her

Ainslee Cardillo (pictured) escaped conviction but had a two-year apprehended violence order issued against her



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