MAFS bride faces court over COVID restrictions
Adelaide magistrate adjourns case on breaching coronavirus restrictions to December.
2020 Married At First Sight participant Stacey Hampton appeared in an Adelaide court today accused of breaching coronavirus restrictions, but the case has been adjourned.
Hampton is facing three charges of breaching coronavirus restrictions after going to Melbourne for a shopping trip when she should have been self-isolating.
Police arrested the South Australian at Adelaide Airport on May 6.
At the time, essential travellers were allowed to enter South Australia without quarantine. Non-essential travellers needed to self-isolate for 14 days.
The charges carry fines of up to $20,000 and two years jail for each count.
Magistrate Michelle Sutcliffe adjourned the case until December.