'She was like an animal, she pulled out my hair, clawed at my face and even bit me.'During the hearing, fiscal depute Emma Jeffrey told the court how Bunyan laid into her terrified victim as she lay on the floor.
She said Bunyan had stormed into the property while drunk and walked into the kitchen, where she asked what she was doing.
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A drunk mother burst into the wrong house and attacked an innocent teenage girl before stumbling down the stairs and urinating on herself, a court has heard.
The irony of the whole thing is that banning publications you don't agree with is a fundamental policy of fascist regimes.
When she was asked to leave, she launched a savage attack on Ms Campbell, pulling out a clump of her hair and biting her 'like an animal'.
But, as she tried to flee the property, Bunyan - who was already on bail for another incident - tumbled to the bottom of the stairs, leaving herself with severe bruising on her face.
We must not silence any one voice in the hopes that it'll go away if we ignore it long enough.
"The judges were clearly politically motivated in the decision they came to and are trying to undermine our democracy". They're starting to think that maybe they'd like to speak foreign languages too and not just bellow English at people while sporting a lobster tan." Such click-baiting articles no longer come as a surprise, especially from a publication which openly backed Ukip in UK's general election.