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Woman, 22, smashed bottle over head of love rival in night club toilets


The 22-year-old woman smashed a bottle over the head of a love rival in nightclub toilets after she was accused of having sex with the victim's boyfriend and giving him a sexually transmitted disease

  • Jody Edwards was on the dance floor at the Fiction Club in Swansea, South Wales
  • A judge heard that Edwards was accused of having sex with her victim's boyfriend
  • Edwards was sentenced to twelve months' imprisonment, suspended for two years

A woman has evaded prison after slapping a bottle over the head of a love rival in a nightclub restroom after accused of giving the victim's boyfriend a sexually transmitted disease.

Jody Edwards, 22, was on the dance floor at the fiction club in Swansea, South Wales when the victim confronted her about an affair with her boyfriend.

Swansea Crown Court heard that Edwards was accused of causing a sexually transmitted disease on the victim's friend.

When the defendant went to the toilet, the victim followed her into the house.

The victim then tossed a drink at Edwards and the defendant hit her, causing the woman to trip.

Jody Edwards (pictured), 22, was on the dance floor at the fiction club in Swansea, South Wales when the victim confronted her about an affair with her boyfriend

Edwards then hit her in the head with the bottle she was holding, leaving the victim "covered in blood".

Club security and the police were called.

Prosecutor Ian Ibrahim said Edwards then told officers the woman hit her first and that she "deserved" it during the fight last August.

The victim suffered a cut between the eyes that required stitching, a cut on the back of the head and a broken finger, a judge heard.

Her face was so badly injured that it is permanently scarred.

Swansea Crown Court heard that Edwards was accused of causing a sexually transmitted disease on the victim's friend. In the picture Fiction Night Club

Swansea Crown Court heard that Edwards was accused of causing a sexually transmitted disease on the victim's friend. In the picture Fiction Night Club

Edwards (pictured) hit her victim in the head with the bottle she was holding, leaving the woman "covered in blood".

Edwards (pictured) hit her victim in the head with the bottle she was holding, leaving the woman "covered in blood".

Edwards of Skewen, Neath, admitted he did not intend to cause serious injury.

She has no previous beliefs.

Robert Chudleigh's defense said Edwards was working and expecting a baby in November.

Edwards (pictured) of Skewen, Neath, admitted unintentionally causing serious injury. She has no previous beliefs

Edwards (pictured) of Skewen, Neath, admitted unintentionally causing serious injury. She has no previous beliefs

Judge Walters said the series turned to the victim, who Edwards accused of "giving her boyfriend a sexually transmitted disease".

He said Edwards "completely lost it" and overreacted with a bottle.

Edwards was sentenced to twelve months' imprisonment, suspended for two years, and had to complete a rehabilitation course.

She also has to pay her victim £ 1,000 in compensation.

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