Kelly Landry has locked herself in a room during a heated argument at her eastern suburbs home and she’s asking her husband not to pry the door open with a knife.
“You’re carrying on, Anthony, you’re acting psycho,” she says in an audio recording played in the NSW District Court on Monday.
“Something has flipped in your head tonight and it’s scary,” she says later.
The phone recording purportedly captures part of an alleged incident at the centre of an apprehended violence application against Anthony Bell, the champion skipper and celebrity accountant.
Mr Bell is heard saying his wife is “illegally” recording the fight and he fears she’s trying to set him up
“I’m so scared of you Kel because you’ve done this before”, he says and after more words, movement is heard and a woman yells “Ow”.
The recording from November 18 last year was one of three played for magistrate Robert Williams, who is considering an AVO application against Mr Bell in a hearing expected to last five days.
Ms Landry told the court she was yelling in pain at the end of the recording because her arm had connected with a wall, and photos taken by Ms Landry and her GP and tendered in court allegedly show bruises on her right arm.