The convicted thug who threw a six-year-old boy from the 10-story roof of the Tate has been given 14 weeks further prison sentence
After admitting to attacking hospital staff. Jonty Bravery, 19, repeatedly punched nursing assistant Sarah Edwards in the head and face before pulling her hair, after she said she was going to clean his room.
He then bit Maxwell King, a rehabilitation therapist assistant, on the finger after he stepped in to help his colleague, on January 29. Bravery was being held at Broadmoor’s high-security psychiatric hospital before later sentencing for attempted murder over the attack at the London art gallery. Chief Magistrate Emma Arbuthnot branded the second incident ‘deeply unpleasant’ at Westminster Magistrates Court today, as she handed Bravery extra jail time and forced him to pay £200 in compensation to his victim.
She said: ‘In my view, what makes this really serious is this woman was quite vulnerable and in a difficult job in Broadmoor. ‘It was pretty nasty. She had her back to you when you struck. You punched her face and her head pulled her hair and took her down to the ground. It was a really horrible attack. ‘Other officers came to help, then you bit the finger of the second complainant, Mr. King because he had to come to help her. It’s deeply unpleasant.’
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