Two female thugs who attacked the UK’s youngest lottery winner Callie Rogers like ‘wild animals’ have been jailed.
Marie Hinde and Jade Quayle used Ms Rogers head ‘like a football’ while dragging her around her then boyfriend Jack Murray’s home on July 2 after a night out, reports the Mirror.
The mother of four was so badly injured in the attack that she avoided seeing her two youngest children in case her face scared them. The pair had been looking after Murray’s dogs at this home in Whitehaven, Cumbria, while he went out.
Ms Rogers had two cracked ribs, two black eyes, a ‘burst’ nose, and was left with breathing difficulties.
Callie Rogers, pictured in 2003, became the UK’s youngest lottery winner when she scooped £1.87million
Marie Hinde, from Whitehaven, has been jailed for two years and nine months after she attacked Ms Rogers at her then boyfriend’s home in Whitehaven, Cumbria
Jade Quayle, pictured, was also jailed for the attack. The pair used her head ‘as a football’ and left her so badly injured that she avoided seeing her youngest children for two weeks so she didn’t scare them
Tim Evans, prosecuting, said at Carlisle Crown Court: ‘They came at her and dragged her around like a rag doll. She ended up on the floor. Both of them were kicking her repeatedly to the head and body.
‘She felt kicks to her face and stamping on her head. She cannot recall how it came to an end or the defendants’ leaving so her belief is that she blacked out.’
Ms Rogers, who won £1.87million aged 16 and was the UK’s youngest lottery winner, was taken to hospital after the attack. She later had surgery on her nose.
In a victim statement, Ms Rogers said: ‘I was off work and started to suffer panic attacks. This has changed me as a person.
‘I feel less confident. My nose is disfigured and it is a reminder of what happened to me that evening and how it changed my life.’
The judge sentenced Hinde, from Whitehaven, to two years and nine months in prison for assault occasioning actual bodily harm, and witness intimidation.
Quayle, from Quayle in Cumbria, was given a 21-month jail sentence for assault occasioning actual bodily harm.
Ms Rogers, pictured here outside court, was taken to hospital after the vicious attack