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Creepy injury revealed after make-up artist maliciously bit woman on the cheek


A woman had blood from a deep cut on her face after a make-up artist bit her cheek during a little nightclub brawl.

Chelsea Hall, 27, got into an argument with the victim on the dance floor on September 29, 2018 at the Northies Cronulla Hotel in southern Sydney.

When Hall's hair extensions were torn out, she hit the woman in the face and left a three centimeter bite on her left cheek.

An image of the woman's injury, received from the court by the St. George Shire Standard, showed a bruise with blood flowing from the wound.

A woman suffered cruel facial injuries after a make-up artist badly bit her cheek in a nightclub (Image: Injuries to the woman's face after being bitten in a violent argument last September)

Chelsea Hall, 27, hit the victim on September 29, 2018 after a violent brawl at the Northies Cronulla Hotel in southern Sydney

On September 29, 2018, 27-year-old Chelsea Hall (pictured) hit the victim after a violent brawl at the Northies Cronulla Hotel in southern Sydney

The victim was later taken to the hospital for treatment for her injury.

Hall's lawyer Nicholas Breen told Sutherland District Court that Hall felt bullied on the night of the attack.

"Granted, this is a matter where (Hall's) judgment has been tarnished by the amount of alcohol she had," he said.

The victim and her group bought alcoholic beverages and went to the front of the DJ booth on the dance floor according to agreed police facts.

Hall started moving backwards and bumped into the victim's friend.

The facts said that the pushing continued and the victim decided to intervene and Hall informed that there was room to dance elsewhere.

"The accused pushed the victim with both hands with enough force to trip the victim back," the police said.

"The accused grabbed the victim's hair and the victim grabbed the accused's hair and pulled out her hair extensions."

The two women faced each other and Hall began to bite the victim on the left side of her face.

According to the police, two security guards were needed to separate Hall and the victim.

Hall, a makeup artist, eyelash technician and childcare worker, had said she defended herself.

Magistrate Peter Bugden noted that Hall was responsible for her actions and said that she was the "architect of her own doom".

Hall was sentenced to eight months in prison on Saturday to serve in the community.

Magistrate Peter Bugden noted that Hall was responsible for her actions and said that she was the "architect of her own doom".

Magistrate Peter Bugden noted that Hall was responsible for her actions and said that she was the "architect of her own doom".

Hall was sentenced to eight months in prison on Saturday for serving in the community

Hall was sentenced to eight months in prison on Saturday for serving in the community

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