A teenager beating to pulp at England by her boyfriend during Christmas eve have spoken up seven months after the incident.
The 18years-old Megan McPartlin, spoke about the horrific injuries inflicted by her boyfriend Aaron Worthington, aged 23.
According to McPartlin, she was celebrating New Year’s Eve at their home in Chorley, Lancashire, when he suddenly knocked her unconscious and punched her to a pulp. She couldn’t walk after the beating and suffered three brain injuries, fractures to her right eye and face and a bleed on the brain.
It was 5am on New Year’s Day and we’d been drinking.
He hit me once and I kicked him. He hit me again and it all went black. ‘Then I woke up and he wouldn’t get me an ambulance, he was calling me “dramatic”.
Then my neighbour came round and called one. It turned out I had a bleed on the brain and had hours on my life.
It took surgeons five hours to remove pieces of her broken skull and replace it with a metal plate, saving her life. Seven months later, the brave carer says she is still in pain and can feel the metal screws in her head.
Worthington was arrested after Megan’s family phoned the police from her bedside in hospital.
He was jailed for 27 months at Preston Crown Court after pleading guilty to grievous bodily harm (GBH) without intent.