[VIDEO] Woman Brutally TORTURED For 7 Hours Ordered to Write Letters To Abuser

[VIDEO] Woman Brutally TORTURED For 7 Hours Ordered to Write Letters To Abuser

One woman thought that her ordeal with her ex-fiancé was over. She thought that she and her children could move on, even though she still bore scars from the attack. But from behind bars, her ex has found a way to cruelly twist a knife into her again:

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A woman who was brutally beaten by her ex-fiancé has been ordered to write letters to the man.

Natalie Allman, 29, was left with her throat slashed and bruises on her face.

But in her town in England, a judge ruled that she must stay in contact with her ex and send him letters and pictures of their children.

If she doesn’t, she could go to jail for contempt of court.

Allman was ordered to send her ex three letters a year, updating him on their twin sons, even though the brutal attack happened in front of the children.

She’s also been ordered to save the letters he’s writing to the boys.

Hughes, 42, was jailed for nine years in 2012 following the brutal attack at the couple’s home in Ross-on-Wye, Herefordshire, the year before.

He had flown into a jealous rage when Miss Allman dumped him just two months before they planned to marry, telling Hughes that she was seeing somebody else.

The former reservist, who had an alcohol addiction, attempted to smother her with a pillow before repeatedly bludgeoning her with a dumb bell and slashing her throat.

According to the Daily Mail, Hughes, who was trained to use bayonets and knives in the Army, only let Miss Allman call an ambulance after seven hours. Officers arrived to find their terrified sons, then two, in bed with their mother covered in blood.

Miss Allman suffered horrific wounds and needed cosmetic surgery on her throat, but later rebuilt her life and had another child with a new partner.

But in January last year Hughes applied for a residence and contact order under the Children Act of 1989, demanding six letters a year as well as phone calls.

Despite spending £3,000 fighting the order, a judge ordered Miss Allman to send three letters a year on the children’s school progress, health and emotional development or face a fine or jail.

Hughes was given permission to send them one letter a year as well as cards at birthdays and Christmas.

Miss Allman said she is sickened by letters she has already received from Hughes, which she says describe how he is allowed to play on an Xbox games console and work as a bee-keeper. She has been told to keep them in case the boys want to read them one day.

She said: ‘I couldn’t believe it.

‘I could end up being split up from my children and sent to prison when he was the one who attacked me. I’m the one being treated like a criminal.’

Sure, this may be in the UK, but this seems just like an American court system to try to make a victim of a terrible crime have to write letters to her abuser. Oh, and let’s not forget the classy order that she has to write to him 3 times a year, plus include pictures of the children he terrorized while torturing Mom for 7 hours. I’m so glad his ‘rights’ aren’t being trampled here. Maybe instead he can enjoy a restraining order and a vasectomy.

Written by Katie McGuire. Follow Katie on Twitter @GOPKatie


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