The thug who left his partner covered in bruises celebrates his conviction by drinking champagne, while his devastated ex says he “treated me like an animal”

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A man who left his ex-partner covered in bruises and assaulted her so severely that she hemorrhaged her brain was pictured celebrating her conviction with 'champagne'

A woman whose abusive ex-boyfriend caused her a brain hemorrhage has hit her partner for celebrating her recent conviction with champagne.

Stuart Holdstock, 34, was found guilty of assaulting his ex-girlfriend, Saskia Reay, 32, of Bury, last month.

Hours later, he took to social media to share a photo of himself drinking a bottle of champagne.

Meanwhile, Ms Reay has revealed that the violent relationship left her with seizures and ongoing health problems.

She also described how Holdstock meted out cruel and bizarre punishments by forcing her to “leave the house for a day” and treated her “like an animal”.

A man who left his ex-partner covered in bruises and assaulted her so severely that she hemorrhaged her brain was pictured celebrating her conviction with ‘champagne’

“It’s disgusting that he has so little respect for the justice system,” he said.

“He stomped on me and punched me… That he celebrated with champagne after being convicted of the assault shows exactly what kind of jerk he really is.”

The exes met at work in late 2021 and began a relationship in 2022, after having a drink together in February.

‘I worked as a receptionist in a hotel and Stuart was one of the managers. We got along very well, he was funny and he seemed likeable. I knew I liked it,” Ms Reay explained.

“It was a whirlwind, I moved in with him very quickly and I was so in love. I thought he was the man I had been waiting for.

“I was going through an ADHD diagnosis at the time, so I was quite vulnerable. Looking back, I think Stuart took advantage of that.

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The couple were happy together, but in May 2022 they rowed after a meeting at their house.

Ms Reay revealed that a “really drunk” Holdstock pushed her onto a chair and “pushed her out of the house at 3am without her shoes, socks or her phone on.”

And the next day, she says that he put all the blame on her, forcing her partner out of the house for a day “as punishment.”

The exes met at work in late 2021 and began a relationship in 2022, after having a drink together in February.

The exes met at work in late 2021 and began a relationship in 2022, after having a drink together in February.

Holdstock left Mrs Reay covered in bruises Ms. Reay had injuries all over her body.

Stuart Holdstock, 34, was found guilty of assaulting his ex-girlfriend, Saskia Reay, 32, of Bury, last month. In the image, the injuries of Ms. Reay.

Ms Reay also described how Holdstock meted out cruel and bizarre punishments by forcing her to “leave the house for a day” and treated her “like an animal”. In the photo showing his wounds

“In fact, I started to believe that I was responsible,” she admitted. They were slowly brainwashing me.

My parents begged me to stop, but Stuart was my world. I really thought that I was the one in the wrong.

There was another violent incident in which Ms. Reay was admitted to hospital with a haemorrhage in her brain.

Once again, Holdstock accused her of stirring up her temper, and she took the blame.

Ms Reay said she did not report her ex to the police “out of loyalty to him”.

“I lived with him and worked with him, and I felt very close to him,” she explained. ‘I was miserable, but I didn’t know what to do.

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“When I got home from the hospital, Stuart ordered me out of the house for a day, as punishment.”

Holdstock left Mrs Reay's body covered in bruises Mrs Reay pictured showing a bruise

Ms Reay, who now works as a lifeguard, says she is proud of the courage it took her to stand up to her ex.

Ms Reay said she did not report her ex to the police “out of loyalty to him”. The photo shows the wounds on her leg.

In September 2022, the couple attended a local fun day and Holdstock had too much to drink. When they got home, she attacked Mrs. Reay, throwing her across the room and stomping on her.

He knocked me to the ground and stomped on me and I was so shocked that I said, “You just stomped on me.” He replied, “Yeah, I fucking know I did,” she recounted.

The attack continued around the house and Holdstock placed his hands around her throat before striking her on the chin.

“I had thrown myself on the sofa and really hurt my shoulder,” he added. “That seemed to stop him in his tracks, she thought it was broken.”

‘I managed to get out and called my family who came immediately. I was covered in bruises and cuts, and they persuaded me to talk to the police.

Stuart Holdstock, of Bromley Cross, Lancashire, was found guilty of assault by beating at a trial at Bolton Magistrates' Court on June 16 after denying the charge.

Stuart Holdstock, of Bromley Cross, Lancashire, was found guilty of assault by beating at a trial at Bolton Magistrates’ Court on June 16 after denying the charge.

Holdstock was ordered to pay a fine of £562 and a restraining order was issued preventing him from contacting Ms Reay until 15 September 2024. Ms Reay in a recent photo

Holdstock was ordered to pay a fine of £562 and a restraining order was issued preventing him from contacting Ms Reay until 15 September 2024. Ms Reay in a recent photo

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Stuart Holdstock, from Bromley Cross, Lancashire, was found guilty of assault by beating at a trial at Bolton Magistrates’ Court on June 16 after denying the charge.

He was found not guilty of intentional strangulation.

He was ordered to pay a fine of £562 and a restraining order was issued preventing him from contacting Ms Reay until 15 September 2024.

Saskia, who now works as a lifeguard, says: ‘I’m so proud that I finally found the courage to face it and I know other women will be safer because of it.

‘I have had a lot of support from my family and also from support groups. But I still have a long way to go.

‘I can’t leave my house without feeling afraid. I worry about being attacked all the time.

But I won’t let it hit me. Looking back, I can now see him for the bully that he is.

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