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Bride gets glass smashed in the face of her lover after 22-year-old woman spends the night with her future husband

The bride is about to be hit in the face by a woman with glasses after she spends the night with her future husband.

Megan Haylett ran into a love rival in a Winlaton bar in Gateshead on January 24 last year.

Megan Haylett went out to drink to fight her love rival, but was too drunk to cause serious injuries

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Megan Haylett went out to drink to fight her love rival, but was too drunk to cause serious injuriesCredit: Facebook
Megan admits to grievously beating the woman who slept with her current husband illegally

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Megan admits to grievously beating the woman who slept with her current husband illegallyCredit: Facebook
The woman was left with a large cut on her eye causing bruising

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The woman was left with a large cut on her eye causing bruisingCredit: NNP

Haylett said she just “faced” her 22-year-old rival with a drink but was so drunk that she hit the victim in the face.

The shard of glass had to be removed from the wound on his forehead and the incident left a scar as well as a terrifying black eye.

Newcastle Crown Court heard the victim, a student, was pursued in December 2019 by groom Jordan Stagg, who said via text message “how much he likes her” and the relationship How bad is his relationship with his current wife Haylett.

Newcastle Crown Court heard the woman and Stagg “stayed the night together” following the “flattering comments” but he later blocked her from contacting him.

Prosecutor Neil Pallister said the woman later discovered Stagg’s relationship with Haylett was “not as described”.

She realizes that they are actually planning her wedding, which makes her feel guilty.

Before the incident happened, the victim noticed Haylett standing beside her at the bar.

Mr Pallister said: “She described the defendant starting to shove his hair in the complainant’s face, in an attempt to provoke a reaction.

“The complainant described the defendant as ‘mortal drunk’.

“She saw the defendant swing his arm towards her and knew she was holding a glass in her hand.

“The defendant threw a glass at her and the glass also hit her.

“She noticed that her left eye was sore and blood was running down her face, the glasses had clearly cut into her forehead.

“She felt a second blow to the back of the head and saw the defendant being led away by others.”

The victim was taken to Queen Elizabeth Hospital in Gateshead for treatment.

Prosecutors accepted Haylett’s intention was to “drink her with a glass of wine” and not cause injury.

Haylett, of Silvertop Terrace, Greenside, Ryton, Gateshead, admitted unlawful injury.

Mr. Ben Nolan QC sentenced her to 14 months in prison, 2 years of probation, with a demand for rehabilitation and a demand for £5,000 compensation to the victim.

The judge thought the situation must have been “humiliating” for both women and told Haylett: “I accept your intention was to hit her, not cut or injure her.”

Tony Cornberg, the defense, said Haylett, now married, has a lot of character references and that she and her husband are both working.

Mr Cornberg said a “reckless somersault caused the injury” and added: “She is truly remorseful and has shown understanding, awareness and concern.

“It was a terrible blip in another respectable life.”

Prosecutors accepted Haylett's intentions as "wake her up with a drink" and do not cause injury

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Prosecutors accepted Haylett’s intention to “drink her with alcohol” and not cause injuryCredit: NNP

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Huynh Nguyen

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