Ex-boyfriend, 32, & # 39; loved his former lover caught & # 39; and he & # 39; forced her to behave like a dog & # 39;
Ex-boyfriend, 32, & # 39; kept his former lover caught while he forced her to behave like a dog, chopped her hair with a knife and let her eat her eyelashes & # 39;
- Danielle Dodds sobbed when she was the torturous & # 39; attack relived that she had reportedly encountered
- She said she thought she would die during the attack by her ex-lover
- He also put a blanket in my throat to keep me from breathing, & # 39; she said in court
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A woman has been told that she was allegedly forced to behave like a dog while she was being held prisoner by her insulting ex before he forced her to eat her eyebrows and eyelashes – and cut her hair off with a knife
Danielle Dodds sobbed when she was the torturous & # 39; attack relived that she claimed Garry McNeill had done to her.
Miss Dodds said she was covered in bruises with a slap of lip while McNeill carried out a long-term attack on her home in Linwood, Renfrewshire.
Danielle Dodds sobbed when she was the torturous & # 39; attack revived which, according to her, Garry McNeill performed on her
And she said she thought she would die during the attack – and made peace with the fact that she would be killed.
But she lived to tell the story of the alleged attack, saying that it came to an end when he fell asleep – and she managed to escape her property.
When he gave evidence this week during his trial in Paisley Sheriff Court, Miss Dodds explained: "He pulled my eyelashes out. He wanted me to eat them. & # 39; He also pulled away part of my eyebrows.
"He turned my arm on my back and pushed my face to the couch. & # 39; There was much prolonged aggression before he came to the torturing things, to be honest. & # 39; He had his hands on my throat. He also put a blanket in my throat to prevent me breathing and I was suffocating.
& # 39; This all happened on the couch before I pulled out my eyelashes. He sat on top of me and tried to ram them into my mouth. & # 39; I tried to keep my mouth shut as long as possible. I think I swallowed them. & # 39;
Miss Dodds said the attack went on and moved from her bedroom to the kitchen, where McNeill used a knife on her.
She explained: "He asked me if I wanted a haircut. & # 39; I know Garry, I knew it did not make sense to & # 39; no – to say – it happened. He grabbed me at the top knot, pushed me to my knees and pulled me to the kitchen like a dog and let me bark. & # 39; I was on my knees and he pulled my hair.
Miss Dodds said she was covered in bruises with an eruption lip as McNeill performed a protracted assaulted hair in her home in Linwood, Renfrewshire
"He asked where I kept the scissors and I said that I did not have them. & # 39; He said: & # 39; Okay, it must be a kitchen knife, then & # 39 ;.
"He grabbed me by the hair and chopped off my hair. & # 39; Then he asked if he & # 39; a good hairdresser because his mother is a hairdresser. & # 39; I said, & # 39; no & # 39 ;, and he said: & # 39; I need some practice, let's go again! & # 39 ;. & # 39; He chopped my hair again – there was hair all over the floor.
"It did not make sense to fight back, I thought he was going to kill me. & # 39; I thought I & # 39; In the morning death would be found, so I thought: & # 39; I know how he is, let's just go ahead and get this done & # 39 ;. & # 39;
Miss Dodds said that during the attack she could make a run for her front door and step out of the internal front door but got stuck in the porch.
She said Garry chased her and caught her on the porch, pulled her back to the flat and started hitting her head.
She explained: "He was on top of me, asking me questions and for every reaction he did not like, he punched me in the face. & # 39; This took about 30 to 45 minutes.
& # 39; I remember that I was darkening, but I came back pretty quickly. "He eventually let me go to the toilet." Miss Dodds said that McNeill went to bed later and fell asleep and that she could convince him to give her back her phone during his half-sleep.
She said that she searched her house for her spare car key, as he had the other, and that she sent a friend an SMS before she left her property and eventually called the police.
And she said that she only returned to her home when the police confirmed that McNeill had been arrested in connection with the alleged attack.
McNeill, 32, from Glasgow, maintains his innocence during the alleged attack of November 2018 and the lawsuit, before sheriff Colin Pettigrew will continue later this month.
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