Tash Peterson has filed costs amid a dispute with anti-vegan chef John Mountain

Police have filed a number of costs in opposition to infamous vegan activist Tash Peterson after she allegedly broke into controversial chef John Mountain’s Connolly Restaurant.

The 29-year-old activist was charged with subpoena after she – and a bunch of fellow activists – attended a Fyre restaurant on June 30 after Mountain banned vegans from his restaurant on “psychological well being” grounds.

The chaos started final month when PerthNow revealed that Mountain had banned vegans from his restaurant after a damaging overview was left by a vegan.

Police allege that Peterson acted in a disorderly method throughout June’s ordeal and refused to depart the restaurant.

Footage confirmed the group breaking in and shouting at indicators earlier than Mountain and different restaurant workers compelled them out of the venue.

Tash Peterson Hearth is John Mountain chef in a second showdown between the pair.

Nonetheless, only a week after the primary disturbance, Peterson returned to Fyre for a second protest – nonetheless being investigated by the police.

Her costs over June’s incident embody trespassing, staying close to approved premises, and disorderly conduct in a public place.

Peterson is scheduled to seem at Joondalup Magistrates Courtroom on Monday 7 August 2023.

On Thursday, Hearth Restaurant made good on its promise to take authorized motion to stop Peterson from coming into its premises after weeks of violent protests and scuffles.

Mr. Mountain posted a letter on social media signed by Chief Litigation Officer Dara Singh informing Peterson and fellow activist (and good friend) Jack Higgs that they’re “instantly denied entry to Strataland indefinitely.”

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