A woman charged over the ramming of Warrnambool's Gateway Plaza later sent a video of herself allegedly smoking ice to a phone that was in police possession, a court heard.
Selena Bray, 30, previously of Penshurst and now of Dunkeld, appeared in Warrnambool Online Magistrates' Court on Thursday where she unsuccessfully applied for bail.
Magistrate Mark Stratmann said although the woman had shown exceptional circumstances why she should be released from custody, including lengthy court delays, she was a high risk of re-offending.
Ms Bray has no criminal history but the court heard she had repeatedly breached her bail by re-offending and failing to be at her nominated bail address during curfew hours.
Hamilton police First Constable Emma Cole told the court Ms Bray's alleged offending stemmed back to January 15 when she was charged with drug trafficking following a police raid at her Penshurst home.
That raid allegedly uncovered 67 grams of MDMA, 22 grams of methamphetamine, 173 grams of cannabis, two cannabis plants and a quantity of steroids.
Some of the drugs were found hidden in Versace brand sunglasses cases.
Ms Bray was arrested but later released on bail with conditions she not use drugs and abide by a 10pm to 6am curfew.
Then on March 28, Ms Bray was allegedly the passenger of a 2010 Ford Ranger utility that rammed Warrnambool's Gateway Plaza, causing over $144,000 of damage.
First Constable Cole alleged Ms Bray filmed Levi Tihi, 22, of Penshurst, smoking an ice pipe while behind the wheel of the vehicle while passenger Tyrone Brown, 37, of Hamilton, could be seen steering.
She said the trio was filmed laughing and joking moments before the four-wheel-drive smashed through the doors of the plaza and drove around before crashing out through another set of doors.
She said CCTV footage from the plaza revealed Mr Tihi wearing a clown mask and Mr Brown a balaclava.
First Constable Cole said Ms Bray could at one stage be seen attempting to leave the vehicle, which was later dumped in the vicinity of Warrnambool's Jukes Street.
The court heard Ms Bray was charged over the alleged ramming on May 22 - about two months after the alleged offending.
First Constable Cole said Ms Bray was arrested on that day in relation to the possession of 14 grams of cannabis, and an analysis of her mobile phone uncovered the videos from the night at Gateway Plaza.
She alleged Ms Bray also breached her bail curfew on two occasions, as well as the condition not to use drugs.
She said the accused woman sent videos of herself smoking methamphetamine and snorting lines of MDMA to a phone that was seized by police during an unrelated raid in Hamilton on May 8
Ms Bray was remanded in custody and will appear in court again on October 5.
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