Niamh Mulreany Wiki – Niamh Mulreany Biography
Niamh Mulreany is a 25-years-old woman arrested at Dublin Airport for refusing to go to a quarantined hotel after returning from a cosmetic surgery trip to Dubai held in custody on strict bail?
She was arrested at Dublin Airport yesterday afternoon and charged last night.
She is 25-years-old.
TWO mothers arrested at Dublin Airport for refusing to go to a quarantined hotel after returning from a cosmetic surgery trip to Dubai have been held in custody on strict bail.
Mother-of-two Kirstie McGrath (30), with an address at St Anthony’s Road, Dublin 8, and Niamh Mulreany (25), a mum of one from Scarlett Row, Essex Street West, Dublin 2, were arrested on Friday afternoon at Terminal 2 after coming back from the United Arab Emirates (UAE).
Ms. Mulreany’s father, Eddie Freeman, said: “They are very distressed. My daughter followed every travel rule. They were and are being treated in an unbelievable way.”
Ms. Mulreany, a mother of one from Christchurch, Dublin, and mum-of-two Ms. McGrath, from Fatima Mansions in the capital, have been charged with breaches of Covid-19 regulations under the Health Act. She appears in the Courts of Criminal Justice this morning.
Judge Walsh granted bail with conditions, but it requires independent sureties to freeze bank accounts.
This means the defense argued that they would not take up the bail until Tuesday when banks are open again.
Gardai were alerted on Friday afternoon by the State Liaison officer after the two friends flew in from the UAE and allegedly refused to comply with going to a quarantined hotel.
That also sought payment of the €2,500 fee for their accommodation, the court heard.
Breaking the new 14-day hotel quarantine law for travelers arriving in the State can result in a €2,000 fine and a sentence of up to one month in jail.
The measure was introduced to prevent coronavirus spread and is mandatory for people arriving from 58 states or if they have not had a negative Covid test taken within 72 hours.
The two women appeared separately before Judge Walsh.