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'It wasn't a good angle': Wanted woman replies to her own mugshot after it's posted on Facebook by NSW police

'It wasn't a good angle': Wanted woman replies to her own mugshot after it's posted on Facebook by NSW police

A woman wanted in NSW has replied to her own “trailer trash” mugshot after it was posted on social media by police.

Authorities shared Tiffany-Anne Brislane-Brown’s photo on Facebook, appealing to those online for information about her location as they investigate stealing and related offences.

The “most recent” photo police had of the 23-year-old shows her with her hair in a bun and a tattoo - which reads ‘we don’t remember days, we remember moments’ - across her collarbone.

Newcastle City Police District posted the photo with a request people “refrain from comments that are prejudicial or offensive”.

But that was little deterrent to the hundreds quick to reply with disparaging comments, prompting Brislane-Brown to hit back.

“Loving the photo taken how many years ago,” she offered sarcastically overnight.

“Let’s calm down on the comments guys. It’s not everyday I look like trailer trash.

“Let’s just say it wasn’t a good angle shall we.”

Brislane-Brown replied to her own mugshot.

Newcastle Police jumped on the reply, saying it was “probably time you walk into a police station before we find you”.

Plenty were quick to come to Brislane-Brown’s defence, slamming the comments and saying they “hope she can sort it all out”.

Henry Thomas, who shot to fame at the age of 10 in ET, has been arrested for drink driving in the US