Barmaid & # 39; s & # 39; fierce beating & # 39; from mother, 40, leaves behind her weeping tears of BLOOD

Anja Housden-Brooks was left with a broken nose, shattered cheekbones and a split tear duct in the attack on The Venue Bar in Southend, Essex

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Anja Housden-Brooks was left with a broken nose, shattered cheekbones and a split tear duct in the attack on The Venue Bar in Southend, Essex

A mother wept tears of blood after claiming that she was beaten furiously by a barmaid after she refused to leave a pub.

Anja Housden-Brooks was left with a broken nose, shattered cheekbones and a split tear duct in the attack on Saturday.

She says she & # 39; out of the blue & # 39; was battered by an employee of The Venue Bar in Southend, Essex, after a drink with friends.

The owner of the bar refused to comment today, but the Essex police confirmed that they are investigating an allegation of abuse.

Mrs. Housden-Brooks, 40, said: & I was in a concussion and in total shock, with blood flowing out of my damaged tear duct.

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& # 39; I slept like the dead all week, my front teeth all collapsed, and my dentist thinks I'm losing at least one. & # 39;

Mother of Three Mrs. Housden-Brooks explained that she was shopping in Southend Saturday night when she happened to bump into a friend.

She joined the friend who met a group of friends at The Venue Bar and drank two gin and tonic.

Mrs. Housden-Brooks added: & # 39; There was a broader group of about ten of us. We were joking and maybe a little loud – but no more than any other city bar on a Saturday night.

& # 39; A woman who worked behind the bar came by a few times and always told us to keep the noise down.

Mrs. Housden-Brooks, 40, said: & I was in a concussion and in total shock, with blood flowing out of my damaged tear duct & # 39;

Mrs. Housden-Brooks, 40, said: & I was in a concussion and in total shock, with blood flowing out of my damaged tear duct & # 39;

Mrs. Housden-Brooks, 40, said: & I was in a concussion and in total shock, with blood flowing out of my damaged tear duct & # 39;

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& # 39; Finally she selected me and told me that I should leave because I was too noisy.

& # 39; I told her that I had done nothing wrong and persisted. She didn't like it all and kept giving me angry looks from behind the bar, but I just ignored her. & # 39;

Mrs. Housden-Brooks says she left about fifteen minutes later to return home.

& # 39; I admit that I had a few choice words for her when I left, & # 39; she said.

& # 39; When I reached the door of the bar, my face exploded in pain. This bar attendant was bumping into me.

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& # 39; I begged her to stop, but she kept beating me. It was over in a few minutes, but felt like a whole life. & # 39;

Mrs. Housden-Brooks went to the Broomfield Hospital in Chelmsford the next day. X-ray & # 39; s revealed fractures in her nose and one cheekbone. Pictured: Mrs. Housden-Brooks before the attack

Mrs. Housden-Brooks went to the Broomfield Hospital in Chelmsford the next day. X-ray & # 39; s revealed fractures in her nose and one cheekbone. Pictured: Mrs. Housden-Brooks before the attack

Mrs. Housden-Brooks said she was & # 39; out of the blue & # 39; was battered by an employee of The Venue Bar in Southend, Essex, after a drink with friends

Mrs. Housden-Brooks said she was & # 39; out of the blue & # 39; was battered by an employee of The Venue Bar in Southend, Essex, after a drink with friends

Mrs. Housden-Brooks said she was & # 39; out of the blue & # 39; was battered by an employee of The Venue Bar in Southend, Essex, after a drink with friends

Mrs. Housden-Brooks says she staggered the street where a motorist took pity on her and drove her home.

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She said: & # 39; This guy saw me sinking against the wall. I am so grateful to him. He told me to go to the hospital, but I just wanted to be with my family. & # 39;

Mrs. Housden-Brooks went to the Broomfield Hospital in Chelmsford the next day.

X-ray & # 39; s revealed fractures in her nose and one cheekbone.

At a follow-up appointment, doctors discovered that both cheekbones were broken.

In Facebook posts the day after the alleged attack, the woman accused by Mrs. Housden-Brooks joked about having a & # 39; funny night & # 39; and she complained that she had a & # 39; sore hand & # 39; had

In Facebook posts the day after the alleged attack, the woman accused by Mrs. Housden-Brooks joked about having a & # 39; funny night & # 39; and she complained that she had a & # 39; sore hand & # 39; had

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In Facebook posts the day after the alleged attack, the woman accused by Mrs. Housden-Brooks joked about having a & # 39; funny night & # 39; and she complained that she had a & # 39; sore hand & # 39; had

Mrs. Housden-Brooks said: “They had to glue my tear-tube back together to stop the bleeding.

& # 39; I also visited my dentist and the nerve was damaged in one tooth. It is very wobbly and I have been warned to expect it to fail every moment. & # 39;

A spokesperson for The Venue Bar said: & # 39; We advised the police not to say anything. & # 39;

In Facebook posts the day after the alleged attack, the woman accused by Mrs. Housden-Brooks joked about a & # 39; funny night & # 39; and she complained that she had a & # 39; sore hand & # 39; had.

& # 39; Who wants to take me out to dinner tomorrow because my hand still hurts and I can't feed myself, & # 39; wrote the woman.

The Essex police confirmed that she had spoken with the owner of The Venue Bar and said: & We are investigating reports of abuse of a woman with a broken cheekbone and nose.

& # 39; Investigations are still ongoing. Anyone with information should call Southend CID. & # 39;

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