Instagram model who had a warrant issued for her arrest FINALLY turns up to ...

Instagram model, 23, who had a warrant issued for her arrest after she failed to show up at court FINALLY turns up to face burglary charges Monique Agostino arrived at Manly Local Court after skipping first court date  The magistrate issued an arrest warrant but she had been seen out and about Police allege the model allegedly went on burglary spree of cafes and shops Agostino had initially being granted conditional bail and has not entered a plea 

By Nic White and Adam Mccleery For Daily Mail Australia

Published: 01:07 GMT, 27 February 2019 | Updated: 01:12 GMT, 27 February 2019

An Instagram model charged with a series of burglaries has arrived at court after skipping her first appearance. 

Monique Marina Agostino, 23, failed to turn up to Manly Local Court on February 20 and a warrant was issued for her arrest.

Agostino was photographed arriving to the Manly Local Court on Wednesday, dressed in a pink dress, black blazer with a Chanel handbag swinging from her shoulder. 

She was seen chatting on her phone and avoided media as she entered the court house.  

Instagram model Monique Marina Agostino, 23, charged with a series of burglaries, has arrived at court after skipping her first court date last week

Instagram model Monique Marina Agostino, 23, charged with a series of burglaries, has arrived at court after skipping her first court date last week

The single mother allegedly went on a burglary spree last November, targeting several cafes and convenience stores across Sydney's northern beaches 

The single mother allegedly went on a burglary spree last November, targeting several cafes and convenience stores across Sydney's northern beaches 

Despite skipping court Agostino's bail conditions remained unchanged. 

The single mother allegedly went on a crime spree last November, stealing from several cafes and shop across Sydney's northern beaches in an hour. 

Agostino took several items from businesses and properties during her early morning raid on November 6, documents tendered to the court alleged.

Agostino allegedly first broke into the Pound of Pizza restaurant in Tramore Pl Killarney Heights at 1.52am and stole a mobile phone.

The former property manager was seen dropping off her young son at daycare on Wednesday morning, not far from her home on the northern beaches

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