Man stamped on girlfriend's feet and told her she would never walk again

Scott Murray, 28, constantly belittled his ex and broke her nose during a two-year campaign of humiliating violence, a court heard.

1/19/2021 11:20:00 PM

During the ‘toxic’ relationship, Murray threatened her with a machete, bit her face, head-butted her and then threw her outside without any shoes

Scott Murray, 28, constantly belittled his ex and broke her nose during a two-year campaign of humiliating violence, a court heard.

The court heard Murray brutally attacked the woman in May 2019 after he returned home from his local working men’s club in the Seacroft area of Leeds, West Yorkshire.Murray turned violent when she challenged him about the length of time he had spent at the club.

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AdvertisementAdvertisementThe defendant stamped on her feet 20 times while he was wearing trainers and told her she would never walk again.He then dragged her by the hair and told her to get his washing off the line outside.Later that day he took her to Leeds General Infirmary where she lied to staff about how she had suffered the injuries, claiming she had fallen in a hot tub.

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