Former Olympic gold medallist Chantelle Newbery is sentenced to three months in jail for a string of stealing offenses while in the effects of drug addiction. She is the one who won gold in the 10m platform diving event at the 2004 Athens Olympics for Australia, but now she broke down in tears in Toowoomba Magistrate’s Court on 15th November.
Newbery implored guilty to six counts of stealing, two counts of failing to appear, and one count of violating direction of police. Though she was sentenced to three months in prison, she got released on parole.
Since the downfall from the rise, people are interested in knowing Chantelle Newbery husband and their married life. So, let’s have an idea of her married life while exploring her short bio.
Husband and Children
Chantelle is married to her husband, Robert Newbery, who is a native of Australia. As she is an anti-social woman, there is very less information available about her married life. She is not available on Instagram, Twitter, and Facebook too.
Chantelle has welcomed two children with her husband. Their first child, a son named Jet was born on 27th March 2002, before their marriage. She married Robert in May 2004 and competed at the Athens Olympics as husband and wife. After two years of the marriage, she gave birth to their second child, a son named Ryder on 12 October 2006. As of now, her younger son is 12 years old whereas her eldest son is 16 years old.
As of now, Chantelle has broken-up with her husband, Robert.
Wiki – Bio: Age, Height, Birthday, Mother
Chantelle Newberry was born as Chantelle Lee Michell in 1977 in Melbourne, Victoria, Australia. She celebrates her birthday on 6th May that makes her age 41.
Chantelle has a decent height of 5 feet and weighs around 50 kg. She belongs to the white ethnic background.
In 2005, she was named in the Australian Institute of Sports Awards’ “Best of the Best.” In 2012, Chantelle lost her mother to breast cancer. She had even made suicide attempts before.
In 2009, she had admitted herself into a psychiatric facility for severe depression.