Wife Claims Judge Spared Husband Who Assaulted Her in Front of Their Kids Jail Time to ‘Focus on His Feelings’
Kat Robson of Glossop, Derbyshire, has fearlessly uncovered how her cheating husband beat her unconscious. However, the judge spared him jail so he could "focus on his feelings."
The 39-year-old abused wife was vigorously assaulted by her partner Anthony, 41, in her bedroom. The beating was seen by the couple's daughter, as reported by The Sun.
'My cheating husband beat me unconscious in front of our kids - but the judge spared him jail to focus on his feelings' https://t.co/sOKlktm43a— The Sun (@TheSun) May 14, 2019
"I think the sentence was an absolute joke. He is a cheat and a bully and I won’t ever take him back.”
The incident took place after Kat spotted text messages to another woman on Anthony's mobile phone.
In an interview, Kat detailed how Anthony grabbed her throat, forcing his teenage son to mediate.
However, regardless of the injuries she endured, Anthony was not imprisoned. He was given a six-month jail term suspended for two years at Manchester’s Minshull Street Crown Court in November after he agreed to go to a counseling program.
“I want you to focus on your feelings because that's the best way to protect your wife and children," the judge reportedly told Anthony.
Men who are violent to women are considered 'cowardly and unmanly.'— LibogPaMore (@libogpamorebes) May 17, 2019
Under the terms of an inconclusive restraining order, he was additionally prohibited from reaching his wife.
Now Kat has considered the sentence a complete joke. She said:
“The attack hurt like hell, but what upsets me most is that my little girl saw me knocked unconscious in her own bedroom. She had to watch in tears as I was taken out of the house on a spinal board. I think the sentence was an absolute joke. He is a cheat and a bully and I won’t ever take him back.”
Violence against women is a significant public health problem and an infringement of women's human rights.
Violence against women are among the highest in the world. This cowardly act should not be tolerated.— Dinney Latch (@dinneylatch) May 17, 2019
According to the World Health Organization (WHO), about 35% of women worldwide have encountered either physical or potentially sexual intimate partner violence or non-partner sexual violence in their lifetime.
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