Actress, 23, & bite a woman so badly that she needed tetanus injections and pulled someone else's hair after drunk on Newbury races & # 39;
- Eliza Peereboom, 23, appeared on Reading Crown Court for biting a woman
- The 23-year-old actress had been at park contests in Newbury before the incident
- Miss Peereboom has denied that she has harmed two other women
Eliza Peereboom, 23, denied causing personal injury at the Crown Court
Eliza Peereboom, an actress from Brighton, appeared in front of Reading Crown Court after having another woman bite while she was on the train.
The 23-year-old had visited the Newbury racecourse with her friends and returned home when the fight took place.
During the fight, it was claimed that Miss Peereboom had pulled the hair of Ciara Jones and her friend Nicole Deadfield and bit the leg of Gabriella Marabet.
The jury of the Reading Crown court was shown 23 minutes of camera footage that captured the fracas.
Attorney Emily Lauchlan opened the case and said: “All involved were on their way home from the Newbury racecourse. The defendant was with a friend. & # 39;
The court heard that after the train had driven into Reading train station when an affair started between Peereboom, Jones and Deadfield.
Judge Sarah Campbell then invited Gabriella Marabet, who was bitten, to take the stand.
Miss Peereboom (above) refused to bite Gabriella Marabet, despite the woman who needed tetanus injections after the incident
The 25-year-old broker said: & I was tired after a long day of dancing and chatting and slept on the train to Reading station, where we were on our way to Oxford. & # 39;
& # 39; I started spinning in a commotion in the alley when my hair was pulled violently from the chair. I kicked and my leg was grabbed by the same girl who had my hair. & # 39;
& # 39; I was bitten just above the knee, which felt for years, but it took about 15 seconds. I screamed and was escorted from the train and she was held on it. & # 39;
The jury was shown photos & # 39; s by Gabriella of her biting injury the day after the incident.
The incident at Reading train station took place on August 18, 2018, as Miss Peereboom returned from a day off at the Newbury racecourse
She said: & # 39; I had a bite line and a sore head from which my hair was pulled. I went to the doctors and had to receive a Tetanus injection and an antibiotic cure every month for three months.
& # 39; I now have a scar. I just got back from vacation and it looks worse now because the skin around it is darker. & # 39;
Miss Peereboom who describes herself as a & # 39; very outgoing person & # 39; in her acting profile has denied that she has caused physical injury.
The process continues.
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