Terrible moment glasses health worker surfing legend & # 39; s son in extraordinary pub fight – while being held for six months for brutal attack
- An all-in fight started between two groups of people in Wollongong last year
- Argument about a pool table started before two men told the suspect a & # 39; slut & # 39; called
- Emily Mortlock, 29, then threw a schooner glass at the son of the surfing legend
- She was sentenced to 14 months behind bars with six months of non-parole
A woman who crowned the son of a surfing legend has been sentenced to six months behind bars.
Emily Mortlock (29) threw a schooner glass with the son of Terry Richardson in June last year during an all-in fight at the Cabbage Tree Hotel in Wollongong.
Mr. Richardson – who reached the seventh world in the 1980s – celebrates the party of his son Troy & # 39; s buck with his two other sons Terry Jnr and Matthew.
A fight over the use of a pool table then broke out between Mortlock, her friend and two other people, the Illawarra Mercury reported.
A man from the Buck & # 39; s party named Mortlock and her female friend & # 39; sluts & # 39; and & # 39; whores & # 39 ;, which caused a verbal argument between the two groups.
Terry Snr and Terry Jnr were then caught on the security camera that got up from their seat before they went to the fight.
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Emily Mortlock (29) threw a schooner glass with the son of Terry Richardson in June last year during an all-in fight at the Cabbage Tree Hotel in Wollongong. She was sentenced to a non-pooling period of six months
Terry Jnr then sees Mortlock & # 39; s then friend Daniel Quirk pushing into his chest.
Motrtlock saw the push and responded immediately by throwing a beer glass at Terry Jnr less than two meters away.
The glass fell apart when it touched the left side of his face, creating a free quarrel between the groups that the staff quickly broke.
Terry Jnr was the language of the Sydney Eye Hospital where doctors had to remove glass fragments embedded in his face.
The glazing caused a chopped tear duct, a torn eyeball that needed five stitches, bruises on his eyeball, a 2 cm cut above his left eye and a 1 cm cut on his eyelid.
Mortlock pleaded guilty reckless injury last month.
Magistrate Roger Clisdell read out a victim contribution from Terry Jnr in the court of Wollongong on Friday.
& # 39; On a day that should have been a happy day, it ended that I was rushed to the hospital asking if I would lose my eye, & # 39; he wrote.
& # 39; The surgeon said that if the glass had turned millimeters to the left, I would have lost sight of my eye. I still do not use it fully.
He said the injury affected his ability to perform everyday tasks, and he now has memory loss.
& # 39; This was a pointless act that should never have happened and now I have to live with the consequences for the rest of my life. & # 39;
Mortlock's lawyer, Patrick Schmidt, told the court that his client had not started the first fight.
Mr. Schmidt said, although her actions were reckless, it was not intentional and there was no planning.
Mortlock wanted to study public health at Wollongong University, and her current job at Wollongong Hospital was awaiting her verdict.
Motrtlock saw Terry Richardson Junior shuffle her boyfriend at the time and responded immediately by throwing a beer glass at him less than two meters away at the Cabbage Tree Hotel in Wollongong
Mr Schmidt was looking for an intensive correction assignment instead of sentencing Mortlock to a full-time prison sentence.
Magistrate Clisdell acknowledged Mortlock & # 39; s actions were out of character and she was sorry but insisted on putting her behind bars.
& # 39; The position here is that Ms. Mortlock has committed a very serious crime. The injury to the victim is considerable. Nothing in (Terry Jnr & # 39; s) behavior that night in pushing Quirk could be an excuse for what followed, & he said.
Mortlock was sentenced to a prison sentence of 14 months, with a non-parole period of 6 months, but lodged an objection to the strictness and requested bail at the hearing.
The bail application was rejected.
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