A Mortlake woman accused of physically assaulting her mother and then slashing her tyres has been granted bail.
The 20-year-old, who cannot be named because that would identify the victim, appeared in Warrnambool Magistrates Court charged with family violence-related offending.
Police said there was an incident on Saturday which led to an intervention order being put in place.
The woman then attended her mother's home on Sunday, in breach of the order, and allegedly slashed her tyres.
She was arrested, interviewed, charged and remanded in custody overnight Sunday.
On Tuesday, magistrate Mark Stratmann told the court the woman refused to leave her grandmother's property at the weekend, despite being asked to do so.
He said the woman allegedly forced entry to the property and was aggressive and abusive to her mother and grandmother.
He said the woman allegedly assaulted her mother.
"I also note the grandmother is in fear of her and does not wish to have her back at the home," the magistrate said.
The court heard the woman was homeless, living out of her car and stressed about her boyfriend who was currently facing deportation.
Mr Stratmann said the woman was a young person with no criminal history and would likely not face a jail sentence if convicted of the alleged offences.
He granted the woman bail with strict conditions, including she not speak to her mother or grandmother.
The woman will appear in court again next year.
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