Woman bites off ex-lover’s ear during pub row

The gentle sex strikes again. Another example of extreme violence from a woman, and the resulting let off she gets from the court.

Source: Daily Mail


When accountant Louise Croxson met her ex-boyfriend a few weeks after he ditched her, she was understandably feeling rather bitter.

Unfortunately, she took her anger a little further than most  –  and ended up biting his ear off.

The 32-year-old lunged forward and sank her teeth into Andrew Robbins after a pub night out with mutual friends descended into a drunken row between the couple.

Croxson ignored his screams of agony and kept her jaw locked on to his earlobe until it was completely severed. To the horror of onlookers, she then spat the mangled piece of flesh on to the pub floor.

It was saved only because a quick-thinking member of the bar staff picked it up and put it on ice. Mr Robbins, a 35-year- old financial analyst, had emergency surgery to have his ear sewn back on.

Mr Robbins ‘quite suddenly’ broke up with Croxson late last year, after two years together, leaving her ‘anxious and unhappy.’ Soon afterwards, they both turned up at one of the running club’s social events at a Central London pub.

‘At around 9pm Miss Croxson, in all probability accidentally, spilt a pint of beer over Mr Robbins. Remarks were exchanged and an argument broke out.

‘Suddenly the defendant went for the victim. She leaned over and bit his ear. The piece of flesh was then spat out by the defendant on to the floor.

‘Fortunately it was recovered by one of the bar persons, who placed it in an ice bucket and kept it fresh.’

After surgery, the lobe was restored in a fully functional state, but with some minor scarring.

Bitch viciously attacks ex-boyfriend because of the way he dumped her? I guess the entitlement princess could not accept that he didn’t want to worship her anymore. The aftermath of the attack revolves around trying to absolve this selfish nasty woman from responsibility, even trying to pin it on the ex-boyfriend!

Mr Zinner added: ‘The Crown accept this was not premeditated, but a spur-of-the-moment attack, perhaps following the distress of the breakdown of the relationship.’

Croxson admitted wounding Mr Robbins in the attack on December 28 last year.

She bowed her head in apparent shame as Judge John Price told her: ‘It is a sad, sad case. What you did was appalling. If you do meet him again, I hope there will be civility and nothing else.’

In a victim impact statement, Mr Robbins said he bore ‘no ill-will or bad feelings’ towards her, but felt she needed to accept responsibility for her actions.

Well she won’t. Not with the sentence she got.

Croxson was given a two-year community punishment order and ordered to undergo a mental health treatment programme. She was also told to pay £1,000 in compensation plus £250 towards costs.

Every bloody time a woman is caught doing something like this, they always throw the mental health excuse out there, usually accompanied by the ‘I don’t remember doing it’ nonsense.

The pussy pass works again.

I wonder what sentence a man would have received if he had done this to his ex-girlfriend? If he had defended himself and hurt her in the process he would have probably ended up being charged.



3 thoughts on “Woman bites off ex-lover’s ear during pub row

  1. Well, i get confused at times when they concludes it is man’s world. When they dress seductively and scantily setting off the males hormones, a careless touch or a stare can land the man a sexual harassment suit. The issue of gender inequality should be redefined in this kind of instance!

  2. I just can’t stand the excuses the court starts making for her behaviour, somehow suggesting it’s the man’s fault because he left her, and also, if they gave men the same leniency it wouldn’t be so bad.

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