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Lanarkshire thug jailed after stabbing partner with corkscrew in holiday park

A Lanarkshire thug who scarred his girlfriend for life after stabbing her with a corkscrew has been jailed for 18 months.

Oliver from Whishaw His Richardson viciously attacked his partner Craig Tala of Ayr during his holiday to his park.

During the assault, he hit her in the face with a cell phone, dragged her into her bathroom, and demanded that she shower.

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22-year-old Job also pinched her body and threw various items around the caravan.

Richardson denied all wrongdoing during his trial in Hamilton Sheriff's Court. was But he has since pleaded guilty to his three charges from September 2017 to his September 2019.

In addition to assaulting the holiday, he admitted to assaulting a woman by knocking her to the ground and repeatedly kicking her in the head. The beast also repeatedly hit, kicked, and pinched her body.

He also pleaded guilty to repeatedly yelling at her, cursing her, and making offensive remarks in a threatening or abusive manner.

39} The crimes were committed at various addresses in New Maines, Motherwell, Shotts and Whishaw.

Liam His Sheriff Murphy tells him that he has no choice but to detain him if detained. He said otherwise he would be sentenced to 20 months in prison. he did not plead guilty.

He was also banned from contacting his former partner for the next five years.

His Vincent McGovern on the defense said:

"We are dealing with a much less serious issue than the original terms of the indictment, a fact that could move the dials toward realistic community-based dispositions."

"He has no illusions about his situation."

Sheriff Murphy said: If the seriousness of the offense requires imprisonment.

"There are no alternatives open in court, but given your age this would be a lower level than otherwise."

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