Man rammed part­ner’s car off the road af­ter she kicked him out

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be­ing “de­lib­er­ately rammed.”

She told the court: “He pur­sued her with his car and rammed her off the road.”

Hun­gar­ian na­tional Per­jesi, who ap­peared in a se­cure dock flanked by two se­cu­rity of­fi­cers, had been in a re­la­tion­ship with the vic­tim for nine years and they have a child to­gether. Mo­hammed Arif, mit­i­gat­ing, ex­plained that on Sun­day the builder was work­ing away when his part­ner called him.

He said: “She told him that his prop­erty was bagged up and he needed to come to the house.

“He’s en­tirely shocked as to why she’s be­hav­ing like that to­wards him.” Mr Arif added that his client had found out that his part­ner was in a re­la­tion­ship with a man she met on­line.

District Judge Michael Fan­ning told Per­jesi that the case was so se­ri­ous that it must be dealt with by a crown court.

He said: “You fol­lowed this ve­hi­cle and de­lib­er­ately tar­geted it, driv­ing into it and ram­ming it into a pave­ment and then a wall.

“The risk to the oc­cu­pier was in­cred­i­bly high and that de­mands a pe­riod of im­pris­on­ment beyond my pow­ers.”

Judge Fan­ning com­mit­ted Per­jesi for sen­tenc­ing to Leeds Crown Court on March 6 and banned him from driv­ing in the in­terim.

He re­manded him into cus­tody, telling him that if he bailed him he was sat­is­fied that he would seek his vic­tim out and cause her harm.

He hit the back of her car, she spun side­ways and he struck her again on the side.

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