Ita Buttrose’s niece Lizzie Buttrose arrested for drink driving after argument with fiance


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Ita Buttrose’s troubled niece Elizabeth “Lizzie” Buttrose has been arrested for drink driving – allegedly for the fourth time.

It is believed that the eastern suburbs socialite, 48, had been arguing with her fiance, Zoran Stopar, at her plush Vaucluse home, and the police were called. 

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Buttrose is said to have left the property, and by the time she got back, police were present to observe her parking a vehicle at Hopetoun Avenue just before 11pm on Saturday.

NSW Police told Fairfax Media she was given a breath test, which was positive. She was arrested and taken to Waverley police station for a further breath analysis, which came back with a reading of .214, police said

Buttrose has been issued with a court attendance notice for drink-driving and is expected to appear at Downing Centre court on September 22.

Her licence was also suspended.

Buttrose issued a “no comment” when approached by Fairfax Media on Monday, while her solicitor Paul Kenny requested that the publication not run the story of her arrest “out of courtesy”.

Stopar claims he has a video of her arrest and is shopping it around for $25,000.

Buttrose took to Facebook at 9.40pm on Saturday to write: “I am safe. Zoran can’t bash me or my dogs anymore.”

Speaking about the incident, Stopar told Fairfax Media: “She posted that I was bashing her up and gave her black eye, which is complete nonsense.

“Somebody called the cops to our house and she wasn’t here … [but when she came back] the police spotted her in her driveway.

“She refused to lower the window and the cops had to break it down.”

Stopar said the pair, who are known for their tumultuous relationship, are over – this time, for good.

“I’m walking out on her, I have had enough,” he said.

Buttrose is no stranger to the courts.

In June, she pleaded guilty to assaulting a police officer during a drunken argument with Stopar about her dogs on October 13, 2016.

At the time of the assault, she had been on a good behaviour bond for a drink-driving offence – a charge of which she had been convicted three times.

She was convicted and fined $1000, while the good behaviour bond was revoked and she was disqualified from using the road for one month. 

In March, Buttrose made what she described as a “guest appearance” at Waverley Local Court to have allegations that she threatened to injure her son dismissed.

Police have made numerous other visits to her Vaucluse home over the past two years.

In March 2015 and again in March 2016 police were called after a panic button was activated during domestic disputes.

In August 2016, police were called, then applied for an apprehended violence order against Stopar on behalf of another individual, who was facing drugs charges and cannot be named for legal reasons.

Buttrose is currently hoping she will be selected for the second season of The Real Housewives of Sydney after appearing briefly on the show in April; however, the regular Housewives said she would not be welcome.

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