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The relationship broke down two years ago, although Mr Ewart remains close by to see his children.
Detective Chief Inspector Shane Addison said that Mr Ewart was known to police but he did not believe the incident was related to other occasions when they have spoken to him.
He still has the blood clot on the brain and is now waiting to go into rehabilitation. 'I do not feel I am getting anywhere at all with the police.
She said: 'I am absolutely exhausted and very angry with the lack of help I have had from the Australian police.'If he had jumped he would have other injuries such as a broken arm or other cuts and bruises - not just injuries to his head.
She said:' After the relationship broke down, he became a bit depressed and talked of coming home for a while although he would always go back to be near the children.'He has still got his blood clot which doctors hope will dissolve with medication and he has a soft spot on the back of his head where I believe he was hit.'He is a lot better but he gets a little irrational and bad tempered.
I have had lots of messages from his friends saying what a lovely lad he is.' His family, which also includes brothers Joshua, 27, and Warren, 33, are promoting an online fundraising page to help Mr Ewart in his recovery and get him home.
The mother of a British father who was left for dead in an Australian garden has spoken of the family's ordeal and insisted the police explanation for what happened just 'doesn't fit'.
Kyle Ewart, from Macclesfield, was found with serious head injuries after being dumped on his sister-in-laws lawn in Adelaide on April 12.
Keira Campbell (left and right with Mr Ewart) said: 'I wish I knew the Kyle I once knew.