From a keen rugby player at one of Australia’s most prestigious schools to a ‘heroin and ice addict’ at the age of 22: Inside the privileged life of university student before he was allegedly stabbed in the skull by his mum after strange ‘confession’

A bright-eyed student who graduated from one of Sydney’s most elite private schools allegedly fell into the grips of a devastating ice and heroin addiction, culminating in a confrontation on the weekend in which his mother allegedly stabbed him repeatedly. Hugo Ball, 22, stumbled into his $3.1million Bellevue Hill mansion in Sydney’s east about 1.40am on Sunday – three hours after his 11pm parental curfew and ‘acting erratically while walking around incoherently’, a court heard. His mother Samantha Palmer, 55, had been drinking in the living room prior to the alleged altercation, and is accused of stabbing her son several times, including in the base of his skull.  She was seen yelling ‘Jamie, Jamie, darling’ and ‘I love you Jamie’ as he was taken away in a stretcher for life-saving surgery and she was arrested by police. Ms Palmer’s lawyer Darren Emmery told Parramatta Bail Court on Sunday that Ball had fallen into the grips of a ice, heroin and valium addiction after graduating from $33,000-a-year elite Sydney private school Scots College in 2015. Ball appeared a keen rugby player at school-level during his early teenage years, proudly sharing his achievements to social media while also cheering on the Sydney… Read full this story

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