Wealthy neighbors on an upscale waterfront street have sued their bitter personal feud amid allegations that dog poo was left in front yards and provoked homes.
John Faulkner and his wife Alyson filed a petition for peace and good behavior in the Southport Magistrates Court on August 4 against former friends Adam Gregory and his wife Catherine Ross.
Mr. Faulkner, a former racing car driver, and his wife lived in the same flashy Runaway Bay unit complex on the Gold Coast as Mr. Gregory and Mrs. Ross for over a year before their friendship weakened.
Court documents claimed the relationship was broken when Mr. Gregory allegedly pushed Mrs. Faulkner after she ran outside when she heard a commotion in the park next to their unit block and Mr. Gregory ‘aggressively’ confronted people, The Gold Coast Bulletin reported.
But Mr. Gregory denies ever doing such a thing and has filed a coercion claim in court claiming that the Faulkners ‘harassed’ him after telling them to control their dog.
Former racing driver John Faulkner and wife Alyson (pictured) filed a request for peace and good behavior against former friends Adam Gregory and wife Catherine Ross
The Faulkners live in the same classy Runaway Bay unit block (pictured) on the Gold Coast as Mr. Gregory and Mrs. Ross
Ms. Faulkner claimed she heard a dog barking on August 1, and that she already found Mr. Gregory in the park with people who he said were urinating in public.
That would have led her to confront Mr. Gregory himself and tell him ‘you are not the park police,’ which she says led to him pushing her by force.
But Mr. Gregory denied ever pushing the woman and filed a counterclaim, accusing Mrs. Faulkner of letting her dog poop in his yard.
In her and her husband’s request in court, Ms. Faulkner alleged that her former boyfriend was acting aggressively towards those in the park.
The argument revolves around an exclusive Runaway Bay unit block (photo) on the Gold Coast
“He posed, pointed and aggressively moved towards them,” she claimed.
“I yelled at Adam again” get your goddamn dog and your violent temper and go back home and stay there – you’re not the park police “.”
The woman claimed she turned away moments later before hearing Mr. Gregory move behind her.
Without warning, he raised both arms and thrust the heels of both palms into my rib cage, causing me to jump into the air from the force of landing on my left elbow, which I had unwittingly pushed back to protect my fall. my right knee, ”she claimed in court documents.
As she walked away, Mr Gregory reportedly shouted, ‘Keep whining b ****!’.
Mrs. Faulkner (left with her husband) claimed she damaged her rotator cuff and possibly ruptured a nerve or groin when she fell
Mr. Gregory denied the alleged sexual assault and has since filed a separate lawsuit against the Faulkners. Pictured: stock image of boats moored in Runaway Bay
Ms Faulkner claimed she injured her rotator cuff and groin during the incident.
Queensland police have investigated the incident but have not charged any charges.
Mr. Gregory denied the alleged attack and accused Faulkner’s adult daughter of throwing an egg at their home in retaliation.
He also alleged that the Faulkners harassed him after asking them not to let their dog poop in his yard.
“While everything is going on with COVID-19, can you please stop making your dogs poop in our yard, as dogs can carry the virus?” Mr. Gregory claims he asked them.
A few weeks later, Mr. Gregory claimed he saw Mrs. Faulkner in his front yard looking for dog poo when he told her, “That’s enough of your ass today, thank you.”
He then claimed that Mrs. Faulkner had sworn against him when she replied, adding that he also asked the woman not to smoke near his home.
Mr. Gregory alleged that Mrs. Faulkner swore at him when she replied, adding that he also asked the woman not to smoke near his home (stock photo from boats docking in Runaway Bay Marina)
According to court documents, Ms. Faulkner responded, saying, “Nobody wants you here, everybody hates you and we all know your mother bought the house. We will have your dog taken from you. ‘
The man also accused the couple of taking a package from him and not returning it until Mrs. Ross knocked on the door.
Magistrate Mark Howden told the Faulkners, Mr. Gregory and Mrs. Ross to submit their supporting evidence by January 25.
The hearing will continue on February 25 in Southport Magistrates Court.
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