Sydney mother-of-three admits to role in death of Ross Houllis


A Bankstown mother-of-three, who posed as a buyer for Airpods on Facebook Marketplace, has admitted to her role in luring Ross Houllis to his death in February last year, according to The Daily Telegraph.

Loubna Kawtharani, 28, faced Campbelltown Local Court on Friday where she pleaded guilty to a charge of accessory before the fact to an offence of assault occasioning actual bodily harm.

RELATED: Man charged with murder after assaulting and killing Greek-Australian Ross Houllis.

A police fact sheet has revealed the role Kawtharani played in luring 28-year-old, Ross Houllis, to a Wakeley carpark in Sydney’s west before he was fatally beaten to death on February 14, 2020.

The revenge-plot came as Kawtharani and her co-accused, Sami Hamdach and Abdul Karaali, found Mr Houllis had been selling fake Apple Airpods on Facebook Marketplace with his brother.

FULL STORY: The Daily Telegraph.




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