The wealthy socialite accused of shooting a high-profile Belizean police officer lashes out at her partner and accuses him of denying him access to their children in an explosive video obtained by DailyMail.com.
Jasmine Hartin – accused of manslaughter by negligence in the shooting death of Superintendent Henry Jemmott – filmed on her mobile phone as she pursued Andrew Ashcroft, the son of influential British billionaire Lord Michael Ashcroft.
Jasmine Hartin – charged with negligent manslaughter in the shooting death of Superintendent Henry Jemmott – filmed on her cell phone as she sued the father of her children Andrew Ashcroft
“Why don’t you let me see the Andrew children?” Why don’t you let me see the children? Hartin, 32, says she confronts Ashcroft in a hotel kitchen.
“Why are you preventing me from being home and seeing my children Andrew?” Don’t want to be in front of the camera? Why are you hiding my children Andrew from me? You lied to my whole family. Let me see my children.
Hartin continues to chase the father of her two young twins, Charlie and Elle, out of the restaurant as he repeatedly pleads “stop, stop”.
Another female voice off camera adds, “It’s okay in Andrew’s diary. You lied to my family Andrew.
DailyMail.com understands that the clash took place on Tuesday afternoon at the luxurious Alaia hotel Hartin ran with her common-law partner before she ‘accidentally’ shot Jemmott, 42, last month on a secluded jetty. from the island of San Pedro.
Jasmine Hartin filmed on her cell phone as she pursued Andrew Ashcroft, the son of influential British billionaire Lord Michael Ashcroft. “Why don’t you let me see the Andrew children?” Why don’t you let me see the children? Hartin, 32, says she confronts Ashcroft in hotel kitchen
Hartin and Ashcroft with their children in happier times at Belize’s first Marriott Luxury Resort
The couple’s apartment is next door in another upscale resort called the Grand Colony but Hartin, a Canadian national, has been living in Cayo, on the other side of Belize, since she was released on bail two weeks ago. of 30,000 Belizean dollars ($ 15,000).
In a second video recorded on Tuesday, she is seen confronting guards as she walks towards Andrew in the distance. “I’m going up right now to try to see my kids and all the girls are waiting. And there’s also Andrew, Andrew is running so I can’t see my kids, ”says Hartin.
“Security is literally preventing me from seeing my children right now. Wow, so Andrew asked you to stop me from seeing my kids? It’s correct?
Referring to Ashcroft, she adds, “He’s going to rot in hell for this. Like I’m not crossing enough.
Hartin was arrested in the early hours of May 28 after Jemmott, a father of five, was found floating dead beside a jetty on the posh vacation island of San Pedro.
A security guard heard a “loud bang” at 12:45 am and police arrived to find Canadian national Hartin “covered in a substance red like blood” and Jemmott floating dead on his back 30 feet from shore. .
The blonde socialite was locked in a tiny concrete cell in the stuffy police and trial court compound in San Pedro, the only town in the tropical resort town. She was photographed behind bars by local media after her arrest
Hartin transferred to Belize Central Prison after being charged with negligent manslaughter
A spent shell casing was still lodged inside the pistol which was found on the pier at the Mata Rocks Hotel with a magazine, live ammunition and a pool of blood.
Hartin was taken to nearby San Pedro police station where she allegedly told another inmate that she was not responsible for the murder and that the fatal shot was fired from a passing boat.
Hartin arrested for ‘accidentally’ shooting Police Commissioner Henry Jemmott with his own service weapon
But after spending the weekend behind bars, Hartin made a statement in the presence of his lawyer, Godfrey Smith, saying the officer on leave was showing him how to wield his gun as the couple drank and hung out.
Investigators accepted her claim that she accidentally fired and charged the mother of two with negligent manslaughter, the least serious charge she could have faced and which will likely only result in a fine.
In the aftermath of the shooting, Hartin was denied bail and transferred to mainland Belize, where the so-called “Queen of Alaia” spent eight days in the infamous Hattieville prison. , which was once featured in the Netflix documentary “Inside the World’s Toughest Prisons.” ‘
She was eventually released, however, when Smith convinced a Supreme Court judge that he would “challenge the logic” for Hartin to flee Central America when facing a relatively light sentence.
Hartin checked out of his luxury hotel, Alaia (pictured) and walked a short distance down a beach to a small wooden pier to meet Jemmott
DailyMail.com revealed in the aftermath of the shooting that Jemmott bragged to a friend about having a date the night he died but did not tell him who it was. He said he would take his secret “to the grave” when the curious pal asked for details about the mysterious woman.
Hartin is required to check in with the cops on a daily basis and hand over his passport until the courts determine his fate. She is believed to be staying in a secure retreat in the Cayo region of western Belize near the border with Guatemala, close to where Jemmott lived with his longtime partner Romit Wilson.
Lord Ashcroft, 75, is a former vice-president and main funder of the ruling Conservative Party in the UK. He also holds Belizean nationality, has invested heavily in the country and represented it at the United Nations.