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The vehicle reportedly went into a ditch and ended on top of the victim, who had been walking along the roadside.
According to the accused in her statement, on the day in question she drove to the home, which she had been sharing with Ottary, and an argument developed between them.
Ottary reportedly threw a stone and hit the rear window of her car and also hit her on the elbow.
Following the incident, Ottary reportedly left the yard and walked down the road, while the accused subsequently went into her car with the intention of going to the police station.
While driving on Hamilton Drive, the accused said she saw a large stone coming towards her, evaded it, but let go of the steering wheel, resulting in the vehicle hitting an embankment and landing in a ditch.
According to the accused she later realised that she had hit the man whom she claimed she had not seen walking along the roadside.
She was later told the identity of the victim and said that it was he who had thrown the stone at the car, which had damaged the windshield.
The accused in her statement, also reported that she and the now deceased had been together for four years in an abusive relationship.
However, the accused said that she did not intentionally hit him as she had never harmed him during their tumultuous relationship because she loved him.
On January 19, when the accused appeared in court, her bail was extended after the matter was rescheduled for mention in February.
Attorney Valerie Neita-Roberston is representing the accused.