A university student was left bloodied and battered at the hands of two female thugs while on a night out.
Isabel Chrestien, 22, suffered a bloodied mouth, cuts on her knees and scratches across her chest from acrylic nails when she was attacked by two women in Birmingham city centre.
Police are investigating claims the 22-year-old was set upon by two women outside Birmingham’s Walkabout sports bar in Broad Street.
Isabel, who is studying marketing management at the University College of Birmingham and is originally from Kent, said: ‘I was pushed and punched in the mouth.
Isabel Chrestien, 22, was left with a bloodied mouth after she was punched by two female thugs in Birmingham
‘The other girl scratched at my chest with her acrylic nails and put out a cigarette in my drink.
‘I had cuts and bruises all over my body and I’m still in pain. I still can’t drink anything hot.’
She said someone who tried to intervene during the attack was also punched.
West Midlands Police confirmed they were investigating the alleged assault at the Walkabout bar and have appealed for witnesses.
The marketing management student said scratches on her chest were caused by the women’s acrylic nails
Meanwhile, Isabel branded the landlords of her Selly Oak student accommodation as heartless for pursuing her unpaid rent even though police had advised her to leave the premises.
She received a letter threatening legal action unless she pays the £433 owed in rent.
Letting agents Easy Lettings stressed it was merely acting as a ‘middle man’ for the landlord, whose details were confidential.
While the company said it had sympathy for Isabel it added she entered into an agreement that listed her parents as guarantors.
Her knees were grazed in the alleged attack. Isabel also branded the landlords of her Selly Oak student accommodation as heartless for pursuing her unpaid rent even though police had advised her to leave the premises
The youngster said she was set upon outside Walkabout sports bar in Birmingham city centre
Isabel packed her bags and moved out of the home the morning after the incident on October 22.
The youngster said: ‘I told them I’m scared for my life to be there.
‘They told me, “you don’t have to live there, you just have to pay the rent.”
‘They just don’t seem to care. They’ve just told me it’s my responsibility.
‘Surely they have a duty to ensure our safety?’
A spokesman for Easy Lettings said: ‘This is a civil matter and we are the third party. It is not us, we are a middle man for both.
‘The police should be involved and she needs to contact a legal adviser.’
He added: ‘The landlord has a mortgage to pay, too.’
Source: Daily Mail UK