With that, it’s fairly shocking that a young woman getting into a fight outside of a nightclub in Sunderland of all places is news, but it’s more or less the reasoning from her mother for her getting attacked.
Jacee Pink, the 16-year-old in question, was left with cuts, bruises and the effects of a concussion after an attack outside of a nightclub for, what her mother claims, being pretty.
The aspiring singer told her mother that she was going out for dinner with her friends, but was really trying to sneak into a nightclub when she was targeted.
Pink lost fingernails as a result of the attack and was sent to hospital for scans after the Passion Nightclub attack on early Monday morning. As ChronicleLive reports, Amy Pink, her mother, said:
“Jacee was at the bar, then all of a sudden the woman was pushing, grabbing and then kicking her while she was on the floor.
“She’s been kicked in the head a few times and has been very dizzy. She’s frightened and she is only still a child.
“She was crying afterwards and asked ‘why have I been targeted?’. She is a pretty girl and feels targeted because of that.
“Nobody knows what has happened but I think it is has been instigated through jealousy, it is completely unprovoked and it has to all be down to jealousy.”
After Amy complained about the incident on Facebook, sharing the pictures of Jacee’s injuries, she says that she got some unwanted attention and threats…
“There’s been horrible Facebook messages sent to us and I’ve had men calling up threatening us.
“They were asking ‘where do you f*cking live’ – but I just thought these people must be idiots.“
On Facebook, one woman – presumably the culprit – defended her actions, saying she “knocked into” someone she thought was an adult and “not a 16-year-old that should of been in bed.” The then “ended up fighting and she pulled me to the floor by my hair“.
Allegedly, Jacee then bit the woman on her chest as she claimed she “gave as good as she got” during the fight, adding:
“I payed 320 for a weeve in yesterday and shes ripped it out my head.”
What a kerfuffle.
Images via ChronicleLive
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