Mother guilty of Butlin’s attack

112144_AERIALS_21/06/11''Aerial view of Butlins Holiday Village, Bognor Regis.' 'Picture: Allan Hutchings (112144-954) ENGPNL00120131223140857
112144_AERIALS_21/06/11''Aerial view of Butlins Holiday Village, Bognor Regis.' 'Picture: Allan Hutchings (112144-954) ENGPNL00120131223140857
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A MOTHER of three faces jail after she was found guilty of an attack at Butlin’s in Bognor Regis.

Tina Love, 29, from Acacia Road, in Dartford, had denied wounding with intent.

However it took a jury at Chichester Crown Court today (Friday, January 16) less then an hour to find her guilty of the attack, which saw her bite a chunk of fellow guest Julie McDonald’s nose-off.

Love was staying at the holiday resort with her husband, three children and other family members on April 11, 2013, when they went to see a pantomime performance of Jack and the Beanstalk at the centre stage in the Manhattan building.

During the performance there was an altercation over a table which resulted in the violence.

Love is expected to be sentenced at the court next month.

She was warned by the judge recorder Mark Milliken-Smith she would face a ‘substantial and immediate custodial sentence’.