Eighteen months in jail for this: pregnant woman, 18, is stabbed nine times by the FATHER of the baby – who runs away with a slap on the wrist
- Kayla Witek thought she had escaped her offending boyfriend after she was pregnant
- He succeeded, however, in tracing her to her parents' house and attacking her
- He put her in the house nine times until her sister managed to save her
A young woman who left her relationship after becoming pregnant was stabbed nine times after her ex-boyfriend, the father of the baby, tracked her down.
If Kayla Witek's sister had not been there, she might have died at the foot of a staircase near her parents' house in Victoria, but her attacker had been sentenced to just 18 months in prison.
Ms. Witek came to live with her ex-boyfriend when she was 18. He immediately took her phone and belongings away before she cut her off from her family, An ongoing case reported.
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Kayla Witek (photo) was stabbed nine times by her ex-boyfriend while she was pregnant with his baby after she fled the violent relationship and tracked her down
Her ex-boyfriend burst into her parents' house and stabbed Miss Witek nine times until her sister Tilly rushed in and rescued her
But when Mrs. Witek became pregnant, she fled back to her parents, but he managed to track her down and attack her.
& # 39; He basically stabbed me in the back, I felt nothing, I fell down the stairs and just got stuck, then I started to feel it. I started screaming and then my sister came, & she said.
When her sister Tilly heard her scream for help, she risked her life and hurried inside to defend her.
& # 39; He tried to go to me a few times, but I wouldn't just leave her there, & # 39; she said, trying to stop the tears.
Mrs. Witek was rushed to the hospital with a flat lung and a broken rib and back, while her ex-boyfriend was accused of attempted murder.
However, his indictment would later be reduced to intentionally cause serious damage and he was sentenced to just 18 months in prison.
Because he is not an Australian citizen, he is now waiting for deportation to his Middle Eastern country in a closed center.
But Witek fears that he can be back on the street at any time if he is able to stay in the country.
"There is no justice, I still fear me and my son," Witek said.
& # 39; He tried to go to me a few times, but I wouldn't leave her there alone, & # 39; said Witek's sister, Tilly (pictured), fighting tears.
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