Violent Man ripped Ex-Girlfriend’s Hair from her Head

Criminal Tabassam Anwar maliciously attacked his ex-girlfriend after breaching a restraining order and ripping her hair out of her head.

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“He then pulled a chunk of hair from the side of her head.”

Convict Tabassam Anwar attacked his former girlfriend breaking a restraining order and lockdown guidelines when he went to her in her flat and viciously ripped her hair out.

34-year-old Anwar was recently released from prison before he went on to attack his ex-girlfriend at her residence.

Prosecutor Simone Flynn revealed to the court how the victim and Anwar were in an on/off relationship for three years.

During this time, Anwar was convicted of attacking her and as a result was given a restraining order in January 2019, banning him from contacting her.

However, on March 26 2020, the former couple decided to meet up three days after the coronavirus nationwide lockdown was initiated. Flynn said:

“Both parties met up with the complainant’s brother at a house. They remained at that house during the course of the evening.”

After this, the pair went to her flat in Tulip Avenue, Kearsley. Anwar, who stayed the night, left the residence at 11 am saying he was going to the shop. Flynn added:

“However, he didn’t return and he also took the flat key with him so, effectively, she was locked in her own flat.”

Anwar rang his ex-girlfriend five hours later to inform her that he would not be coming back. However, he turned up at 7.15 pm and an argument began.

Flynn continued to mention that Anwar did not allow his ex-girlfriend to open the door when the victim’s friend knocked. Flynn further added:

“She describes how he doesn’t like her talking to anybody else.”

In an aggressive rage, Anwar grabbed his ex-girlfriend by her throat and pinned her against the living room wall. He then released his grip and began slapping her face.

“He then pulled a chunk of hair from the side of her head.”

Flynn went on to reveal that the victim was left with a bruised leg and a possible broken toe.

After he left, the police were called. While the officers were at the flat, Anwar called the victim. Flynn said:

“She put the phone on loudspeaker and the defendant was heard to shout abuse at her saying, ‘What have you done you stupid white b***h? I will slit your throat.’”

According to the victim’s statement, she told the court that she suffered emotional abuse and manipulation at the hands of Anwar. She said:

“He knows I love him and wouldn’t say no to him. I do not deserve to be treated like this. I do not want to see him ever again.”

Defendant Colette Renton told the court that the pair’s relationship was “toxic”, however, taking the key was a misunderstanding.

Renton further added that the probation report written about Anwar was “pretty damning.”

Anwar, of Thomas Holden Street, Bolton, pleaded guilty to causing bodily harm and breaching a restraining order at Minshull Street Crown Court.

He was sentenced by Judge Smith via a Skype video conferencing hearing. Judge Smith said:

“You have only been released [from prison] a few days earlier when you breached the restraining order again on this occasion.

“You were also in breach of your post-sentence supervision and, as it was, you were in breach of the Government’s lockdown requirements as well.

“You should never have been at the property for that reason in addition.

“The probation report that I have read is one of the most negative that I have read about somebody for a very long time.

“Probation are very concerned about your rate of violence and the fact that you use control over vulnerable victims.”

Ayesha is an English graduate with an aesthetic eye. Her fascination lies in sports, fashion and beauty. Also, she does not shy away from controversial subjects. Her motto is: “no two days are the same, that is what makes life worth living.”

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