Hit Network radio host Kate Langbroek has shared details of a “crazed, violent, terrifying attack” on her family home, calling on the Victorian government to act.
Lagbroek told listeners earlier this week that a man had invaded her property last Friday night while she was farewelling her babysitter, forcing the radio star to brace herself against the front door to stop the intruder from kicking it in.
Langbroek suffered a big bruise on her arm in the process, which she shared on social media, and asked Victorian Housing Minister Martin Foley to detail “his plans to stop the degradation of St Kilda hill”.
Following a crazed, violent, terrifying attack on our family home on Friday night, I would like to speak with @MartinFoleyMP about his plans to stop the degradation of St Kilda hill. Thank you.
— kate langbroek (@katelangbroek) March 6, 2018
.@MartinFoleyMP Thanks for your call yesterday. This is the bruise I sustained trying to keep that “vulnerable” resident from kicking our front door in on Friday night. Children inside. The real vulnerable are the decent citizens of St Kilda. We await your action. pic.twitter.com/ajszymt2qt
— kate langbroek (@katelangbroek) March 7, 2018
Langbroek spoke more about the incident on Nine’s Today yesterday morning.
“The vulnerable now are normal people who are trying to walk their kids to school through this hell hole that is of your [the government] creation.” @katelangbroek on the current crime climate in Melbourne, after she was hurt outside her own home by an attacker. #9Today pic.twitter.com/CqZiNVEA1g
— The Today Show (@TheTodayShow) March 7, 2018
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