Thug mum, 22, who blinded taxi driver with STILETTO is jailed for horror attack | The Sun

A THUG mum who permanently blinded a taxi driver with a stiletto has been jailed for the horror attack.

Georgia Nicholson, now 22 , and 18 at time of the assault has been given a three year jail term after a frenzied attack with her high heels.

Her suspended sentence was quashed by the Court of Appeal for being "unduly lenient."

The court heard that on December 15 2018, the victim was driving Nicholson and a group of her friends home following a night out.

The group had been drinking heavily and when the victim stopped the car as a passenger felt sick, he was subjected to racial abuse before being viciously set upon by Georgia.

The thug repeatedly tried to hit the victim with her high heels before rupturing his eyeball – leaving him permanently blind in his right eye.

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But Georgia, who has just become a mum, now fears she will be parted from her newborn baby.

The “very, very remorseful” horse lover, who works as a stable hand, is “accepting her much harsher punishment".

But she is begging prison authorities to allow her to be locked up with her four-week-old son whom she is still breast feeding, a family source said today.

Speaking exclusively to The Sun Online, the relative said: “What Georgia did was really wrong but it was done accidentally and not deliberately.

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"She is so sorry to her victim and paid him £4,000 compensation.

“She is worried sick and completely devastated at the prospect of being sent to prison without her baby.

“She was told the jail she is due to be going to doesn't have a mother and baby unit so she will not be allowed to take the child.

“It is an absolutely horrendous situation for her, her partner and both families.”

The court heard that members of the public had to intervene to stop Nicholson’s assault.

The Solicitor General Michael Tomlinson KC MP said: “The victim has suffered life-altering injuries and lost his livelihood following the offender’s frenzied and unprovoked attack against someone who was just doing his job.

“The court has rightfully recognised the offender’s brutality in this case and by upgrading the original suspended sentence to jail time should serve as a warning to others that violence like this will not be tolerated.”

Georgia was initially sentenced to 24 months' custody suspended for two years with 10 days of rehabilitation activity in May this year.

But the Court of Appeal have now increased her sentence to three years imprisonment after it was referred under the Unduly Lenient Sentence scheme.

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