A Longford woman denied in a police interview that she was the woman seen on a CCTV surveillance footage at an ATM in Longford last year.
Alesha Nyl Prentice, 43, has pleaded not guilty to aggravated burglary and the aggravated armed robbery of Christopher Hayton on October 25 last year.
However, Prentice pleaded guilty at the start of her Supreme Court trial on Monday to computer-related fraud in relation to withdrawing $2000 from Mr Hayton's account on the same day.
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In a video recorded police interview played to a jury, Prentice wept as she denied any involvement.
"I don't understand," she said.
Prentice wept in court as she watched the police interview.
The jury has heard that a withdrawal at the ATM was made within seven minutes of the robbery of Mr Hayton.
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Police asked her about receipts for items worth $600-700 bought on the day of the robbery including a PlayStation and "some baby stuff".
Prentice said she had gambled on poker machines the same day.
She said she could not understand how clothes and a sneaker seized from her unit had blood on them.
The jury heard on Monday that a person with a paper bag over their head beat Mr Hayton around the head with a weapon and demanded his PIN number saying that if he gave the wrong one they would return and kill him.
Forensic scientist Rita Westbury gave evidence that Mr Hayton's DNA was found on a jacket seized from Ms Prentice's bedroom.
"It is 100 billion more likely that Christopher Hayton is a contributor to the DNA profile than he's not," she said.
A blood drop was found on jeans seized with Mr Hayton a likely contributor.
A DNA profile of Mr Hayton was found on a sock shoved well into the left sneaker found in Ms Prentice's unit.
Prentice will give evidence on Tuesday afternoon.
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