Surfer Jill Anjuli Hansen, 30, made her first court appearance Monday morning in connection with an attempted murder case near Diamond Head.
A preliminary hearing is scheduled for Wednesday. Bail is set at $1 million.
The self-proclaimed pro surfer and model stands accused of following Elizabeth Conklin to the elderly woman's condo on Kalakaua Avenue last Wednesday.
Conklin says she got out of her BMW and was immediately hit by Hansen's Volkwagen Passat.
Recuperating from cuts and bruises at the Queen's Medical Center, Conklin spoke exclusively with ABC News.
"She then got out of her car and went and tried to get into my car and drive it away, but couldn't start it," said Conklin.
Was it all about a car? Hansen posted on her Facebook page in February, "Now looking for full time job or surfing sponsorship and purchasing a 3 series BMW."
Conklin owns a 3 series BMW.
"She saw my car. It was the car she wanted," said Conklin. "She followed me. She was going to kill me and get the car."
Police say Hansen fled the scene, but was arrested that night at her Manoa apartment. She is charged with attempted murder.
"It's such an incredible feeling to know somebody wanted to kill me. I mean, how many people say that?" asked Conklin.
Friends on Hansen's Facebook page urged her to get help with several issues including a pending assault charge, several temporary restraining orders and numerous traffic violations.