Pensioner convicted for outing paedophile insists she’s ‘not a hero’
A Queensland grandmother who exposed a paedophile who moved into her neighbourhood on social media is adamant she’s not a hero.
Maxine Davey was convicted of unlawful stalking and copped a hefty fine after filming Edward James Thomson’s house and cars as a warning to Calliope locals.
But despite an outpouring of support from her community and abroad, Ms Davey chalks her actions up to nothing more than those of a concerned grandmother.
“I’m not a hero,” she told Ray Hadley. “I’m just a grandmother, I took this upon myself.”
Press PLAY below to hear Maxine Davey speak with Ray
The Ray Hadley Morning Show is speaking with lawyers about representing Ms Davey and lodging an appeal against her punishment.
Ray Hadley fights for pensioner convicted for outing paedophile
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