‘BERSERK’ LESBO BEAT UP 6 WOMEN IN BAR She ‘misread signs’ as girls danced together
A SPURNED lesbian went berserk and beat up six women when they resisted her advances in a bar, a court heard.
Kimberly McLeod, 28, had “misread the signs” of a group of women dancing together at a nightclub.
She grabbed two of the girls by their faces and attempted to kiss them – but became volatile when they pushed her back.
Mcleod then saw red and beat up six women – “popping” one women’s nose which burst with blood following a volley of the defendant’s wild punches at the ‘Loons’ venue in Hartlepool, Co Durham.
In a victim statement the woman told Teesside magistrates: “This happened for no reason at all.
“I can’t understand how a person can have such hate inside them to physically attack other people. I had to make up reasons for my injuries.
“I am thankful for just one thing – though I suffered in this horrendous attack I know that it was in no way personal against me.”
Prosecutor Lynn Dalton said another victim was grabbed by the head and neck before a kiss was planted on her, but was then pummelled to the floor as she struggled.
One of her victims described how McLeod grabbed her by the head and neck and kissed her face, and she was beaten to the floor when she struggled.
McLeod, who lives with her same-sex partner in Hartlepool, Tyne and Wear, admitted six charges of assault and two of sexual assault regarding the unwanted kisses.
Another of the women told police after the incident: “It felt as though I had been punched by a man.”
In mitigation, John Relton said: “Due to some Dutch courage she misread the signs and was influenced into making sexual advances which upset these ladies. “The ladies involved took appropriate evasive UNWANTED: Violent McLeod action and my client knows she should have walked away, but she did not, she reacted.”
He said that when she was working as a safety worker in the petrochemical industry and she was well paid.
Suspending a prison sentence of 17 weeks for two years, Chairman of the bench Martin Slimings said McLeod had carried ou
“multiple, persistent, unprovoked assaults”.
McLeod was also ordered to pay £150 costs to each victim.