Jealous Boyfriend BITES Teenage Girlfriend – Pictures of Shocking Injuries


A shocking story about a Brit girl who had a fight with her boyfriend – you will not believe what this monster did to her:

WARNING: Photo may not be suitable for those squeamish in any way.

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This shocking picture shows the horrific injuries a teenage girl suffered after her jealous boyfriend BIT her lip.

Rhys Culley, 23, asked pretty Chanttelle Ward if she loved him before he sank his teeth into the 18-year-old’s flesh during a kiss.

Culley was jealous and insecure about what his girlfriend was doing while he was working away when he decided to disfigure her.

The attack was so severe, Ms Ward was convinced her top lip had come off.

Jurors at Newcastle Crown Court saw pictures of angry teeth marks in Miss Ward’s upper lip after the attack, during which he smeared her own blood around her face and forced his tongue in her mouth.

Culley, who had been in a relationship with Miss Ward for over two years, denied wounding with intent but was found guilty after a trial.

He will be sentenced next month and has now been remanded in custody.

Greame Cook, defending, applied for the shopfitter’s bail to be allowed to continue while he awaits sentence but Miss Recorder Wigin refused.

Jerks like these are great to stay in police custody. I am sure someone in jail will give him EXACTLY what he deserves.

Katie McGuire

Katie McGuire

I am a right-wing mom in the nursing field. I love politics and am active in several local campaigns at any given moment. I reside in the beautiful Pacific Northwest, enjoy travel, cooking, football and my 2 corgis.

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