A Dalyellup teenager has admitted to wounding her then-boyfriend after confronting him about who he follows on Instagram while they prepared lunch together. The 15-year-old, who cannot be named, appeared in Bunbury Children’s Court on Friday where she pleaded guilty to a charge of aggravated unlawful wounding. The court was told the girl and her then-boyfriend of 18 months were preparing lunch together in a Dalyellup home when she asked him about following a female social media influencer on Instagram. The girl became upset and grabbed a nearby knife and waved it towards him before holding its tip to his chest. The victim grabbed the knife with his right hand but the girl pulled away, causing deep lacerations to two of his fingers. In a police interview, the girl said the offending was an accident and had “no intention to hurt him”. A medical note that was submitted to the court detailed the boy’s injuries, noting he was expected to make a recovery, although it was unknown if he would have full use of the affected fingers. In submissions, the girl’s duty lawyer Derek Hunter told the court the pair were no longer in a relationship and she had no prior criminal record. The matter was adjourned to April 22 to allow the girl to take part in court conferencing.