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Mom-of-three, 31, bit her boyfriend’s ear and had him get stitches after she destroyed his home

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A mother-of-three bit her ex-boyfriend’s ear as he physically threw her out of his home after she destroyed his belongings in a cocaine-fueled killing spree.

Levi Barratt, 31, sank her teeth into Shaun Collier’s ear, requiring it to be operated on, after she freaked out with rage trying to mend the couple’s troubled relationship.

During her rampage, Barratt smashed a glass table and television and damaged 53-year-old Mr Collier’s jewelry and aftershave, leaving hundreds of pounds worth of destruction in his wake.

She bit him as he tried to carry her off his property in Stockport, Greater Manchester, with a judge describing the brutal attack as “a nasty thing”.

But Barratt avoided jail on extenuating circumstances, also taking into account the time she had spent in HMP Styal since pleading guilty on October 6.

“Your mother sent me a report that you are not enjoying your time at HMP Styal at the moment. Well, you shouldn’t be enjoying it,” the judge told her yesterday before handing her a rehabilitation and suspended sentence.

Mum-of-three Levi Barratt, 31, sank her teeth into Shaun Collier's ear, requiring him to have surgery

Mum-of-three Levi Barratt, 31, sank her teeth into Shaun Collier's ear, requiring him to have surgery

Mum-of-three Levi Barratt, 31, sank her teeth into Shaun Collier’s ear, requiring him to have surgery

During her rampage, Barratt smashed a glass table and television and damaged 53-year-old Mr Collier's jewelry and aftershave

During her rampage, Barratt smashed a glass table and television and damaged 53-year-old Mr Collier's jewelry and aftershave

During her rampage, Barratt smashed a glass table and television and damaged 53-year-old Mr Collier’s jewelry and aftershave

In a statement to police, Mr Collier said: “I will not forget Levi’s actions that day. I feared the bite would leave permanent scars and worried that I might not have enough money to pay for the damaged possessions.

“I feel like I have the power to forgive her, but I also believe she deserves to face the consequences for what she did. I’m just grateful to her for acknowledging her guilt.”

At Minshull Street Crown Court, Barratt, of Shaw Heath, Stockport, admitted wounding and vandalism and was sentenced to five months in prison with a one-year suspended sentence.

David Lees, prosecutor, said: “The defendant and Mr Collier had a relationship. Mr Collier says they were together for six months but after it was all over he wanted to put some distance between them.’

“On July 25 of this year, the defendant attended Mr Collier’s speech.

“The defendant attempted to make amends for her disruptive and erratic behavior, but this discussion soon turned into an argument and the defendant threw a rage.

“Mr Collier then picked up the accused, lifted her by placing his hands under her arms and removed her from his home.

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Barratt must complete 30 days of rehab activity and be on drug surveillance for nine months

“During her deportation, the defendant bit Collier’s ear. He claimed not to have felt anything at the time and said his mind was more on his broken possessions and removing them from his property. He only realized it when he started bleeding once he was back in his house.

“The defendant tried to apologize in front of Collier’s house, although she was under the influence of drugs at the time.”

Mr Collier was hospitalized the next day and given a tetanus shot for the wound in his upper left ear.

He sustained a one-centimetre laceration and needed stitches to repair it, for which he was placed under local anaesthetic, the court heard.

Mr Collier’s lawyer added: “He feels he has the power to forgive her, although he still believes she deserves to face the consequences for what she has done. He is also grateful to her for acknowledging her guilt.”

Defense attorney Damian Zelazowski said, “While this was undoubtedly a serious incident, it was brief and spontaneous.”

“She is penitent and can be considered as having good character.

“You would no doubt have seen her personal letter of contrition and letters of testimony from her parents supporting her in court today. She didn’t blame anyone for what happened to her.

“This defendant was as cordial as can be, but it is clear that she has been on drugs to deal with her emotional control and she has particular difficulties dealing with conflict.

“This behavior has caused her to often throw tantrums, like this incident.

“She has been on mass drug users for at least a couple of years and unfortunately this has meant she has lost three children to take care of. She was also diagnosed with bipolar disorder and depression.

“You will be pleased to hear that she is taking the first small steps towards progress. She is currently on medication and the difference between her first court appearance and now is stark. She also has a place in a rehabilitation center.”

Sentencing Judge Mark Savill said: “The defendant is very fortunate that her parents did not turn their backs on her as she has tried her patience over the years.

“She is also fortunate that the complainant was kind enough to forgive her for her actions.”

In a statement to police, Mr Collier said:

In a statement to police, Mr Collier said:

In a statement to police, Mr Collier said: “I will not forget Levi’s actions that day. I feared the bite would leave permanent scars.

“To put it in old money, that was a bad thing. I want to make that clear to anyone who will listen.’

“People who bite other people’s ears will go to jail,” he said, before adding that in Barratt’s case she would avoid jail because she’s “already spent a significant amount of time in jail.”

Speaking of mitigating factors, he said: “This was a very uncomfortable event, but I have to say it wasn’t the most uncomfortable event.

“The damage done to the complainant’s ear was not as serious as it could have been and the criminal damage you caused was relatively small in cost.

“I understand that you yourself have experienced significant trauma in the past, caused by abusive relationships. Her life has descended into the utter misery of drug addiction that has kept her totally disconnected from reality.

“You are someone who, when not in the midst of drug addiction, is an articulate and intelligent woman. You are loved by your family and you should be grateful to have them by your side.’

Barratt must complete 30 days of rehab activity and be on drug surveillance for nine months.

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