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Cheye Way, who was bitten in the face by a make-up artist at a nightclub, broke her silence about the wild fight
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A 21-year-old woman who was bitten in the face by a drunken makeup artist at a nightclub has broken her silence about the wild fight.

Cheye Way was attacked by Mother-of-Two Chelsea Hall, 28, after an argument on the dance floor got out of hand at Northies Cronulla Hotel, Sydney & south, on September 29, 2018.

Way spent four nights at the hospital treating the three-centimeter-wide tear wound on her left cheek, which has since been signed.

& # 39; I was like: & # 39; & # 39; How can she do this to me? & # 39; & # 39; It is not delayed, it comes from nowhere, like what did I do to earn this? & # 39; Mrs. Way said An ongoing case.

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Cheye Way, who was bitten in the face by a make-up artist at a nightclub, broke her silence about the wild fight

Cheye Way, who was bitten in the face by a make-up artist at a nightclub, broke her silence about the wild fight

Way was attacked by Mother-of-two Chelsea Hall, 28, after an argument on the dance floor got out of hand at Northies Cronulla Hotel, Sydney & south, on September 29, 2018

Way was attacked by Mother-of-two Chelsea Hall, 28, after an argument on the dance floor got out of hand at Northies Cronulla Hotel, Sydney & south, on September 29, 2018

Way was attacked by Mother-of-two Chelsea Hall, 28, after an argument on the dance floor got out of hand at Northies Cronulla Hotel, Sydney & south, on September 29, 2018

& # 39; I have to look at myself in the mirror every day and it's not what I want to see, it's not what I want to remember every day & # 39 ;.

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Way had been out to dinner with her friends before she arrived at the nightclub for a drink and a dance near the DJ booth.

The altercation began when Way and her friends started dancing near a stunned room that bumped into one of the victim's friends.

Mrs. Way decided to intervene and told Hall that there was room to dance elsewhere.

Hall disagreed and then dropped out with Mrs. Way and pushed her to the DJ booth.

& # 39; She ran into me again and she grabbed me by the hair. I looked up at her and then I grabbed her by the hair, out of instinct, and then she bit me in the face, & said Way.

Way spent four nights in the hospital treating the three-centimeter-wide tear wound on her left cheek, which has since been signed
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Way spent four nights in the hospital treating the three-centimeter-wide tear wound on her left cheek, which has since been signed

Way spent four nights in the hospital treating the three-centimeter-wide tear wound on her left cheek, which has since been signed

& # 39; I thought so: & # 39; How can she do this to me? & # 39; It is not provoked, it comes from nowhere, such as what did I do to earn this?, & Mrs. Way told A Current Affair

& # 39; I thought so: & # 39; How can she do this to me? & # 39; It is not provoked, it comes from nowhere, such as what did I do to earn this?, & Mrs. Way told A Current Affair

& # 39; I thought so: & # 39; How can she do this to me? & # 39; It is not provoked, it comes from nowhere, such as what did I do to earn this?, & Mrs. Way told A Current Affair

As she looked at photos of her bloody tear from the night of the attack, Mrs. Way said, "It's like she's taking a bite out of an apple."

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Two guards were needed to separate Hall and the victim, police said.

Hall, a make-up artist, eyelash technician and childcare worker, claimed that she was acting in self-defense after an alleged physical change with the victim's friend.

& # 39; Her friend grabbed me by the throat and didn't want to let go, the only thing I could think was that I couldn't breathe, and her face was right there and I literally panicked and bit her, & # 39; Hall told the police St George Shire Standard reported.

Hall, a make-up artist, eyelash technician and childcare worker, claimed that she was acting in self-defense after an alleged physical change with the victim's friend

Hall, a make-up artist, eyelash technician and childcare worker, claimed that she was acting in self-defense after an alleged physical change with the victim's friend

Hall, a make-up artist, eyelash technician and childcare worker, claimed that she was acting in self-defense after an alleged physical change with the victim's friend

As she looked at photos of her bloody tear from the night of the attack, Mrs. Way said, "It's like she's taking a bite out of an apple."
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As she looked at photos of her bloody tear from the night of the attack, Mrs. Way said, "It's like she's taking a bite out of an apple."

As she looked at photos of her bloody tear from the night of the attack, Mrs. Way said, "It's like she's taking a bite out of an apple."

Hall also said she thought she was dying during the altercation, but Mrs. Way said & that is a lie & # 39 ;.

Magistrate Peter Bugden noted that Hall was to blame for her actions and said she was the & # 39; architect of her own demise & # 39; used to be.

Hall, who pleaded guilty of the attack, was sentenced earlier in the month to an eight-month term to be served in the community.

Hall, who pleaded guilty of the attack, was sentenced earlier in the month to an eight-month term to be served in the community
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Hall, who pleaded guilty of the attack, was sentenced earlier in the month to an eight-month term to be served in the community

Hall, who pleaded guilty of the attack, was sentenced earlier in the month to an eight-month term to be served in the community

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