A Goodwood woman allegedly stabbed by her mother-in-law in late 2019 has given evidence at the woman’s Supreme Court trial.
Golafrouz Nazari has pleaded not guilty to two counts of wounding.
On Wednesday the jury was shown photos of the aftermath of the alleged attack at a Laguna Place unit including reddish brown stains on walls.
The 56-year old’s daughter-in-law claims the accused wounded her with a sharp object after accusing her of infidelity.
Nazari also allegedly told the younger woman she had video evidence of her adultery.
The complainant pushed her away before the accused returned from the living room/kitchen area with a sharp object.
The trial, before Acting Justice Shane Marshall, continues.