In a nerve-wracking case, a woman who is in her 30’s jumped from a balcony as he was frightened by his abusive ex-partner and as a result broke both of his ankles when he jumped from the first floor of his apartment.
She was accused of threatening to kill her ex on Christmas Eve of 2016 after her ex-boyfriend, who is in his 40s, was sentenced to 18 months in prison.
A 61-year-old man has been convicted in court for three men. The man’s name cannot be used to identify his daughter with a woman.
The man also has a protection order that was obtained against him by the woman when he is found guilty for the fourth charge of trespassing in a city forcibly turned into his apartment.
The victim Garda Tim McSweeney told the court that on December 24 2014, the accused arrived at her apartment and started dealing with her, which forced the victim to call her friend for help secretly.
She told her friend to call someone because she was afraid of this man and also wanted to protect her five-month-old girl sleeping in the bedroom.
Soon, the man is caught because aggressively and threatens to kill him and has a knife which causes fear for his life.
He also heard the ringing of the bell, but when he tried to open the door, it was denied to him by the abusive ex who had gone to check the door himself.
He is so worried and worried that he quickly walked to the balcony of his apartment and jumped from there. As a result, both of his ankles broke as he jumped on a concrete floor.
On September 8, the victim returned home from the night with her girlfriend and went to sleep.
Her boyfriend woke her up in the middle of the night and threw water on her face and accused her of having affairs with other men, after which he even threatened to kill her.
After this, on September 30, the former couple was talking in the apartment, when the victim made a joke, which angered her lover and again threatened to kill her.
The accused has been sentenced to two years in jail, but his last six months are suspended.
The accused has been ordered to hand over a check of $ 1100 (€ 1,000) to the victim.
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