A WOMAN jailed for manslaughter in the death of a Cathay Pacific flight attendant was yesterday granted bail pending a District Court trial on joint theft charges with her former boyfriend, Patrick Wong. Defence counsel John Mullick told the court Kitty Yu Mo-ling, 31, was expected to be released from prison on January 16. District Court Judge Barbara Chan granted Yu bail of $20,000 cash and $20,000 surety to apply after her release. Yu and Wong were acquitted following a retrial in March 1992 of murdering flight attendant Brenda Wong Tze-kwan, 28. But Yu was found guilty of the lesser charge of manslaughter and sentenced to seven years' jail. In relation to the District Court trial set down for June, Yu and Wong, 37, are jointly charged with stealing two entitlements to recover debts worth $73,000. Wong is also accused of stealing an entitlement to be paid a debt worth $93,000 and Yu is accused of the theft of entitlements to $198,000. Yu is accused separately of obtaining property by deception. The offences allegedly took place in February and March 1989. Wong and Yu have denied the charges.