Nigerian Battered by British Wife ‘Because She Was Suffering Pre-Menstrual Syndrome’

Come o are you related to one Chukwuma Nwaiwu who lives in London? Toh you might want to give the guy a call just to tell him sorry o! De wife don beat am sotay the matter don become court case. Don’t believe me? Ehn read the story nah. If to say na Nigerian e marry now e for don send her back to her people. But as na oyibo e siddon there dey form love de hold hold hand left right and centre. Long hiss!

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By ANTHONY BOND

 

Convicted: Glamour model Katherine Nwaiwu, 28, has blamed 'pre-menstrual syndrome' for launching a violent attack against her husband and the manager of an elusive central London hotel. Mr and Mrs Nwaiwu are pictured leaving courtConvicted: Glamour model Katherine Nwaiwu, 28, has blamed ‘pre-menstrual syndrome’ for launching a violent attack against her husband and the manager of an exclusive central London hotel

 

A glamour model has blamed ‘pre-menstrual syndrome’ for launching a violent attack against her husband and the manager of an exclusive central London hotel.

Katherine Nwaiwu, 28, flew into a rage during a row with her husband at the Kensington Close Hotel in west London.

A court heard Nwaiwu – also known as Katrina Wild – violently grabbed and kicked her husband and pushed the hotel manager who tried to intervene.

The meltdown – described by a judge as ‘thoroughly anti-social’ was so bad fellow guests called the police.

The model, who has posed for magazines including Fiesta, Knave and Escort, pleaded guilty yesterday to assaulting husband Chukwudi Nwaiwu and hotel manager Boris Vasquez-Gallo, by beating.

The court heard first-time offender Nwaiwu, who makes £25,000 a year from her modelling work, blamed pre-menstrual syndrome for her behaviour.

In response to that, deputy district judge Mr. Timothy Godfrey said: ‘I take that into account, but it is no excuse.’

Nwaiwu only pleaded guilty to the charges after viewing CCTV evidence, which showed her violently grabbing her husband and pushing the manager in the corridor.

Prosecutor Mr Vijay Khuttan told the court the defendant also aimed ‘kicks’ at her husband, who she became angry with when he told her: ‘I’m leaving,’ during a row.

‘As the husband was leaving the hotel she assaulted him and pushed the manager in the process of trying to get to the fire escape,’ he said.

‘It is a push to the shoulder against the fire exit door, there is no great force as she was trying to push him out of the way, but he had some bruising, which was pointed out by someone else.’

Sentencing her, Mr Godfrey added: ‘You did behave in a thoroughly anti-social way that was serious enough to upset other hotel guests that did complain.

Worried: The meltdown - described by a judge as 'thoroughly anti-social' was so bad fellow guests at the Kensington Close Hotel, pictured, called the policeWorried: The meltdown – described by a judge as ‘thoroughly anti-social’ was so bad fellow guests at the Kensington Close Hotel, pictured, called the police

Rage: The model violently grabbed and kicked her husband and also pushed the manager of the Kensington Close Hotel in west London. Mr and Mrs Nwaiwu are pictured leaving courtRage: The model violently grabbed and kicked her husband and also pushed the manager of the Kensington Close Hotel in west London. Mr and Mrs Nwaiwu are pictured leaving court

‘This stemmed from you losing your temper with your husband in your room and you did assault him and the manager, who was only doing his job.’

Nwaiwu, of Malmesbury, Wiltshire, was conditionally discharged for twelve months at Hammersmith Magistrates’ Court and ordered to pay £400 costs and a £15 victim surcharge.

No orders were made for compensation following the incident on January 24.

A charge of assaulting one of the police officers who arrived was dropped.
Culled from dailymail.co.uk

 

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