This is the glamorous hairdresser accused of stabbing a woman 13 times in what police described as an arranged fight following a two-year feud.
Nan Dunlop is charged with attempting to murder a woman she met for an alleged night-time score-settling in an Iceland supermarket car park.
Police claimed in court last week the 27-year-old Ballymena woman slashed another woman's windpipe and punctured her lung in the same incident.
Dunlop was arrested following the alleged attacks outside the supermarket on York Street in north Belfast in the early hours of Wednesday.
She appeared before Belfast Magistrates Court the following morning, where she also faced charges of wounding with intent to cause grievous bodily harm and possessing an offensive weapon, namely a knife.
A police officer told the court the incident represented what they believed was an escalation in an alleged two-year dispute between Dunlop and her current partner's ex.
"It seems there was a premeditated meeting between the accused and victim to sort out (their) differences," he said.
"There was some kind of altercation in which the injured party received 13 stab wounds."
A second alleged victim sustained lacerations to her neck and arm. Under cross-examination, the detective confirmed the injured parties have yet to provide statements to police.
"One of the victims had a punctured lung and the other one is still in hospital awaiting surgery on a laceration to the windpipe," he explained.
A barrister for Dunlop argued his client was threatened in the lead-up to the encounter and claimed others brought a range of weapons to the scene, including a knuckle-duster, two knives, a screwdriver and a mallet.
The lawyer added the alleged injured parties and their group of up to 10 men and women "massively outnumbered" Dunlop and her friends.
"(Ms Dunlop) says that when she arrived on the scene, she was attacked immediately by the alleged injured party and other females," he told the court.
"While she was getting attacked, other males arrived. One of them came at her with a screwdriver.
"He cut her to the head, cut her on the knee and kicked her tooth out when she was lying on the ground."
He said the group fled when Dunlop asked security guards to call police.
Dunlop, who had an address on the Beersbridge Road in east Belfast, was granted bail to live under curfew at an approved address outside the city.
Adjourning the case to April 15, Deputy District Judge Liam McStay banned Dunlop from contacting any witnesses or entering the north Belfast area.