A woman was left with horrible injuries after her violent ex-boyfriend kicked her in the face because she changed her profile picture on Facebook.
Lois Ashton, 29, said the jaw was broken and three of his front teeth were knocked out in the vicious attack, and is now forced to wear a partial denture while suffering from PTSD.
He spoke bravely and shared photos of his injuries, hoping to help victims of domestic violence, after Andrew McNair was imprisoned for 36 months.
McNair kicked, punched and slapped Mrs. Ashton when she realized that she had exchanged her Facebook profile image, replacing the one that characterized it, the Liverpool Echo reports.
Mrs. Ashton, from Liverpool, had returned from an evening out with friends, and said she thought she was going to kill her while launching the savage attack.
He said: "At the beginning he was lovely and kind to me, but with the passing of the months he changed.
" I remember the first time he slapped me in the face.
"We had an argument and I was screaming at him and he just slapped me …
" One time he kicked me in the head and gave me a black eye.
"I should have left him permanently, but he was on the phone every day and said how sorry he was and cried, so I would
Ms. Ashton, who later faced her attacker in court, said that McNair had destroyed her friend's house in a fit of rage in another incident
The Attack that left her with horrible injuries happened in December 2016, taking her to hospital.
She said: "I had arranged to go out with my friends for a good girl night out.
"He seemed annoyed by the fact that I was going out and I said I did not think you wanted to come out of an evening of girls and said" away
"So I ended up inviting him and he came with me.  "We went to a pub but he did not even sit with us, he just sat in another stand just to look at
" I thought he was acting strange but I was just trying to ignore him and enjoy the night with my girls. "
Ms. Ashton said that she and McNair were invited to her friend's house after the pub, but he refused, said it was "fine" that she would join her friends and kiss her.
He added: "But then when I got there, he was sending me a message saying that I had collected my companions on him.
" My friend told me to turn off my phone and I done and we ended up having an absolute ball, singing and jumping around in the front room, like the girls do. "
While going to bed at home that night, Mrs. Ashton changed her Facebook profile – taking one of her and McNair er (19659002) The following afternoon, she woke up to find McNair standing on the bed, yelling at she.