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Violent Lauren Dinse, 31, lashed out at former Aberdeen hero Josh Walker when she saw him talking to a woman at Edinburgh's trendy Lulu club last year. The mother-of-two left the former football axis that needed 11 stitches after the violent attack

Jealous WAG, 31, hit glass over the head of footballer friend Josh Walker, 30, when she caught him chatting with another woman in a nightclub

  • Lauren Dinse, 31, lashed out at her partner, ex Aberdeen football player Josh Walker
  • The violent WAG was furious after seeing Walker, 30, talking to another woman
  • The mother of two let the midfielder bleed heavily from a deep cut in his head
  • Dinse admitted on Wednesday that he had attacked Walker at Edinburgh Sheriff Court
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A jealous WAG threw a glass over the head of her footballer friend after she caught him with another woman in a nightclub.

Lauren Dinse, 31, lashed out at former Aberdeen hero Josh Walker when she saw him talking to a woman at the trendy Lulu club in Edinburgh last year.

Mother of two Dinse let the midfielder bleed heavily from a deep cut in his head and he was taken to the hospital for treatment where he received 11 stitches.

Violent Lauren Dinse, 31, lashed out at former Aberdeen hero Josh Walker when she saw him talking to a woman at Edinburgh's trendy Lulu club last year. The mother-of-two left the former football axis that needed 11 stitches after the violent attack

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Violent Lauren Dinse, 31, lashed out at former Aberdeen hero Josh Walker when she saw him talking to a woman at Edinburgh's trendy Lulu club last year. The mother-of-two left the former football axis that needed 11 stitches after the violent attack

Walker, 30, recently stopped playing after years of pain as a result of a serious knee injury sustained when he was a promising teenager

Walker, 30, recently stopped playing after years of pain as a result of a serious knee injury sustained when he was a promising teenager

Walker, 30, recently stopped playing after years of pain as a result of a serious knee injury sustained when he was a promising teenager

Walker, 30, recently stopped playing after years of pain as a result of a serious knee injury sustained when he was a promising teenager

Dinse left the midfielder (photo) heavily bleeding from a deep cut to his head and he was rushed to the hospital for treatment, where he received 11 stitches on the head wound

Dinse, whose two children are with the football player, pleaded guilty to the cruel attack last December when she appeared on the dock at the Sheriff Court in Edinburgh on Wednesday.

Prosecutor Alistair Millar gave a brief story to the court and said that Dinse, from Duddingston, Edinburgh, had been in a relationship with Walker at the time of the attack.

Millar said: & # 39; This incident occurred at a nightclub where the accused saw that the complainant spoke to another woman.

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& # 39; Her response to this was to beat him with a glass. & # 39;

Millar said CCTV of the attack was available, but Sheriff Adrian Cottam refused to view the footage because he was satisfied with the story.

The fiscal added Mr. Walker & # 39; s injury was described as & # 39; a deep crack in the head that was five inches long & # 39; and for which 11 stitches were needed.

Defending lawyer Chelsea Martin said she would reserve her mitigation to the sentencing diet.

Sheriff Cottam said the attack on serious injuries would lead to social work and he postponed the Dinse sentence until next month.

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Dinse admitted that he had attacked Joshua Walker by beating him with a glass for his serious injury at Lulu nightclub, George Street, Edinburgh, on December 9 last year. She still has to be sentenced.

Walker, 30, recently stopped playing after years of pain as a result of a serious knee injury when he was a promising teenager.

The 30-year-old is best known for scoring the opening goal against German giants Bayern Munich in a knockout UEFA Cup match in Pittodrie in 2008.

He also played in the English Premiership for Middlesbrough on just 17 and Captain England on the FIFA U-20 World Cup 2009 in Egypt.

His last attempt at glory before giving up the game earlier this year was as leader of Scottish League Two side Edinburgh City, for which he signed in 2017.

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Walker scored a European miracle goal for Aberdeen against Bayern Munich in a 2-2 draw in Pittodrie while he was only 18 after joining the club on loan from Middlesbrough 11 years ago.

He also played for Watford, Bournemouth, Rotherham and the Indian side Bengaluru in an injury career.

Walker decided to stop the competition in August of this year due to the pain he suffered from a knee injury and is currently teaching the game to children in his Foot Forward Coaching company.

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