The victim identified as Ashley Gebbie, is reported to have been delivered of her baby by Cesarean section barely three weeks prior to the attack she suffered at the hands of her boyfriend, Alan Crozier.
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The victim identified as Ashley Gebbie, is reported to have been delivered of her baby by Cesarean section barely three weeks prior to the attack she suffered at the hands of her boyfriend, Adam Crozier.
Gebbie's family who were devastated by the incident shared the horrific photos online in a bid to get at Crozier.
A family source reveals to Daily Record:
“What kind of guy does this to a tiny 6st girl three weeks after giving birth by Caesarean section?”
Crozier is reportedly facing jail time after admitting to dragging Ashley by the hair, pushing her to the ground, punching her head and grabbing her by the neck at their home in Wishaw, and only stopped when she picked up their daughter.
The photos shared on Facebook came with a message which read:
“Please share and let everyone know what a violent, low-down scumbag Alan Crozier is.
“Violently attacking and causing serious injuries to Ashley while their three-week-old daughter was present.”
In June, Hamilton Sheriff Court is reported to have heard that Crozier who has been in a relationship with Gebbie for 13 months, left for his work place at about 9 am only to return home around 2:30am the next day.
Gebbie, who was worried sick before Crozier's return received the beating of her life after she asked him where he had been.
Fiscal Depute, Callum Forsyth, disclosed to the court that Gebbie, afraid for her life, had run from the bedroom to the living room where she carried her little girl in hopes of putting an end to the battery.
She later called the police to report the incident while Crozier fled the house, threatening to take his own life, but was arrested a few days later at the home of a relative of his in Glasgow.
Crozier's defence lawyer, Diarmid Bruce, reveals that the suspect had earlier been diagnosed with Bipolar Disorder, but stopped taking his medication two years prior to the incident as he had been in “a good place” in his relationship.
Crozier, getting remanded in jail is set to be sentenced for assault this month, as Gebbie's family prays that he remains incarcerated for as long as possible.