” I did nothing wrong! The 32-year-old socialite insisted as reporters watched her being incarcerated in a compound Thursday, where she had registered as part of her $ 15,000 bail conditions, according to images shared by The Sun.
“I am being held for an unknown reason”, she declared, while her mother, Candice Castiglione, also lamented that the arrest was “false”.
“I have no idea why I am being held… Do I not have the right to know what the charge is for? The Canadian socialite asked, as the officer ignored her almost entirely and filled out paperwork.
An officer then told her she was being held for “common assault,” the Daily Mail said, declining to give details to reporters at the scene.
Despite her pleas of ignorance, Hartin had previously told a Mail reporter that she had been warned that her bail would be revoked for the confrontation she filmed on Tuesday with her common-law partner, Andrew Ashcroft, the son of 43 years. of billionaire Lord Michael Ashcroft.
In this clip, she angrily accused him of refusing to let her see his children – 4-year-old twins Charlie and Elle – after being accused of shooting their mutual friend, Police Commissioner Henry Jemmott.
It was not immediately clear whether Hartin was facing new charges or if his bail had simply been revoked, the Mail noted.
Either way, she will likely be returned to Hattieville Prison, the only correctional facility in the small Central American nation, the Mail said.
While reserved, Hartin told reporters in Tuesday’s confrontation: “All I did was try to get my belongings back and see my children.
“I obeyed all court orders. I respected my curfew, I came here every day to check in – I did absolutely nothing wrong here, ”she said.
Her mother also said, “I was there! She didn’t do anything at all.
The new arrest also came shortly after she gave her first interview about Jemmott’s accidental murder, in which she said she accidentally shot him while trying to teach him how to shoot with a gun after she told him she had recently been nearly raped at a party. .
“Not a day goes by that I don’t think of Henry, he was my friend, he was a protector,” Hartin told reporters as he was booked on Thursday.
“And I have to live with the fact that I had this horrible accident. I miss him. I feel for her family and her children, ”she said, claiming that the Ashcroft family had“ ordered ”her not to say this before.
“We have been friends for three years. And he was a good man, ”she said, her last words before other officers came to take her away.