Budding Hollywood starlet Aysen Unlu accused of home
invasion with bikie wins bail
FEBRUARY 05, 20156:04PM
A BUDDING Hollywood starlet allegedly stormed into a
South Yarra home armed and in full camouflage gear
but left her tooth behind, a court has heard.
Aysen Unlu, 39, has been banned from associating with
any members of the Mongols outlaw motorcycle club after
being bailed over the home invasion.
Aysen Unlu dashes from the Melbourne Custody
Centre after being released on bail.
Picture: Stuart Milligan
Known by her “working name” Janet Campbell, the Port
Melbourne woman’s website and social media pages are
riddled with pictures of her rubbing shoulders with the
rich and famous, including world champion boxer Floyd
Mayweather, rapper Ja Rule and model Kris Smith.
The so-called model, dancer and host boasts of having
worked as a stunt double in Hollywood movies to
celebrities like Angelina Jolie, Alicia Keys and
She also claims to have hosted events with Kim
Kardashian and at the Playboy mansion, and claims to
have toured as a dancer with big names Kylie Minogue,
Britney Spears and Snoop Dogg.
Ms Unlu, who has a two-year-old son, also offers
Ms Unlu’s Facebook picture with Floyd
Ms Unlu’s Facebook picture with Kris Smith.
Sen-Det Tony Myers told the court Mongol's
sergeant-at-arms Shane Bowden, who lives in the same
apartment block as Ms Unlu, held a large knife and
demanded money after entering the room of a sleeping
Ms Unlu allegedly used a shifter to hit the head of a
32-year-old male, who then punched her in the face.
Bowden allegedly stabbed the man and his brother, who
intervened after hearing the female scream, in the hand
with a Rambo-style Bowie hunting knife.
Tendons in one man’s hand were severed.
After they were handed around $700 cash, the duo fled,
but they were found hiding behind a tree less than a
kilometre from the home, the court heard.
Sen-Det Myers said Ms Unlu’s injuries included a black
eye and a broken tooth.
Part of a tooth was located at the home and a
night-vision camera and camouflage booties were found
nearby, he said.
The charges against Ms Unlu include aggravated burglary
with an offensive weapon, intentionally causing serious
injury and assault.
Defence counsel Sarah Pratt said the fact Ms Unlu — who
denied being at the Davis St home during the aggravated
burglary — cried when police told her a man was stabbed
during the violent home invasion did not indicate her
Ms Unlu, whose stage name is Janet Edwards,
while posing for a modelling shoot. Picture:
Courtesy FMH Magazine
Ms Unlu walks from the custody centre after
signing her bail papers. Picture: Stuart
Ms Unlu was in protective custody since her arrest on
January 20 because prison officers could not ensure her
safety after her bikie links became public, Melbourne
Magistrates’ Court heard.
Ms Pratt said her client’s mental state had deteriorated
in protective custody, her young son needed medical
attention and there was no evidence she was associated
other members of the bikie gang.
The magistrate granted bail on strict conditions,
including a nigh-time curfew, saying it was significant
that the alleged crime was not linked to bikie gang
operations and that Mr Bowden was still in custody.
The duo will appear in court for a mention hearing in