Bracknell news 'Dangerous' domestic abuser who broke partner's tooth with lighter gets jail PremierLeague-News.Com

PremierLeague-News.Com - A ‘dangerous’ domestic abuser who broke his partner’s tooth by throwing a lighter at her head will spend three years in jail.

Bracknell news 'Dangerous' domestic abuser who broke partner's tooth with lighter gets jail PremierLeague-News.Com

PremierLeague-News.Com - A ‘dangerous’ domestic abuser who broke his partner’s tooth by throwing a lighter at her head will spend three years in jail.

Bracknell news  'Dangerous' domestic abuser who broke partner's tooth with lighter gets jail PremierLeague-News.Com
14 May 2021 - 18:02

PremierLeague-News.Com - Breaking Sport Transfer News ! A ‘dangerous’ domestic abuser who broke his partner’s tooth by throwing a lighter at her head will spend three years in jail.  George O’Dell, of Horatio Avenue, Warfield, will serve time behind bars after demonstrating ‘bullying and abusive behaviour’ towards his former partner.  This included ‘punching, kicking, slapping, strangling, and headbutting’ in a relationship which lasted more than four years.  O’Dell was sentenced at Reading Crown Court for two incidents which occurred in 2020 and 2021. The first incident took place in June 2020 when O’Dell got into his partner’s car and was ‘yelling at her and getting in her face’.  She was driving when he threw a lighter at her, which left her mouth ‘filling up with blood’ and with a broken tooth.  READ MORE: Minibus driver avoids jail after telling girl she was 'sexy' Not wanting O’Dell to get in trouble, she told her family she had broken her tooth by falling over and later had to have dental work done. Later, one evening in March 2021, O’Dell had come home searching for some drugs.  He could not find any and followed his partner into their bedroom where he threw a cannabis grinder at her before spitting in her face ten times and verbally abusing her, telling her he had “revenge” as he blamed her for a prior sentence.  Prosecuting, Sarita Basra said the woman had ‘suicidal thoughts’ in the build-up to the latter incident.  Ms Basra told the court how O’Dell, who is 29, had attacked his partner twice in August 2019 when he headbutted her twice in a car.  Around Christmas 2019, he threw a Christmas tree on the floor and “rugby tackled” her to the ground before pushing her head into a bean bag.  He later sprayed de-icer at her after she told him their relationship was over.  O’Dell was sentenced for six offences related to his abuse in April 2020 which led to a stint in prison.  Following his release from jail, Ms Basra said O’Dell was able to convince his partner time behind bars was a “wake up call” for him and she gave him another chance -- despite a restraining order barring him from contacting her.  window._taboola = window._taboola || []; if (whiteList !== true) { if (isMobile()) { midArticleTaboolaOptions = { mode: 'thumbnails-mid-mob', container: 'taboola-nq-mid-article', placement: 'NQ Mid Article Mobile', target_type: 'mix' } } else { midArticleTaboolaOptions = { mode: 'thumbnails-mid-desk', container: 'taboola-nq-mid-article', placement: 'NQ Mid Article Desktop', target_type: 'mix' } } _taboola.push(midArticleTaboolaOptions); } READ MORE: Shops in Bracknell you could buy or rent  But after the rekindling of the relationship O’Dell continued to abuse his partner, with the woman telling police she was assaulted at least “30 times”.  Ms Basra said: “The defendant was the first person she ever loved.  “Therefore the domestic violence that occured, she had nothing to compare it to and she thought it was normal behaviour.” Defending, Taimoor Tarafdas said his abuse “stemmed from his relationship with drugs.” He added: “He has a good relationship with his mother and there are signs he can behave in a respectful manner and build relationships with loved ones.  “He doesn’t intend to cause as much damage as he does -- he was shocked about the damage he caused when he threw the lighter.  “He accepts he was reckless.” Sentencing, Judge Emma Nott said O’Dell’s actions “revealed [his] bullying and abusive behaviour.

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.  Addressing O’Dell’s ability to rekindle his relationship with his partner, she said: “You shouldn’t have contacted her at all because you were under a restraining order.  READ MORE: People in court for having 'dangerous dogs' “You wriggled your way back into her life, you convinced her you had changed and you settled back into your old lives.” Judge Nott said the lighter O’Dell threw at his partner was done so in a “fit of rage” at a time when she was “most vulnerable” because she was driving.  Discussing the cover-up story about his partner’s broken tooth, the Judge added: “She felt guilty for you, but it was you to blame. You pushed her to tell these lies and you profited from them.  “That relationship continued unhappily. She came back to court to remove the restraining order, but the judge didn’t know you had attacked her just two weeks before.  “You didn’t love and respect her. You blame her and see yourself as a victim in all this.  “You are a dangerous bully who can turn on the charm.” Judge Nott handed O’Dell 36 months imprisonment after he pleaded guilty to assault occasioning actual bodily harm, battery, sending electronic communications intended to cause distress, and damaging property.  He will serve half of this sentence before he is eligible for release.  Another restraining order barring O’Dell from his former partner was put in place despite claims she did not want this to be enforced.  Judge Nott said: “It is not her fault, it his fault and she need to be protected from him and her own feelings of guilt and empathy towards him.” O’Dell was sentenced at Reading Crown Court on Thursday, May 13.    var article_url = encodeURIComponent(window.location.href);var content_id = encodeURIComponent('everything');var site_id = '_6npw64ok2fm7inbe3tfvavvfau';var url = "//survey.g.doubleclick.net/survey?site="+site_id+"&url="+article_url+"&cid="+content_id+"&random="+(new Date).getTime();document.write(''+'');try { console.log('Showing survey directly'); _402_Show(); } catch(e) { console.log('Try 402'); console.log(e); }

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