A girl in the Urals jumped from the third floor to escape from her roommate who attacked her 21:09

In the city of Artemovsky, Sverdlovsk region, a girl jumped from the balcony to escape from a jealous man. writes about this E1.RUWith reference to materials from the Sverdlovsk Regional Court.

According to the source, the woman was attacked by her partner, who was jealous and beat her in front of crying children. The victim managed to fight off the man but he began to strangle her with the kettle wire.

At that moment the girl decided to jump. The woman, who survived by falling from the third floor, later reached out to her neighbors and asked for help. The victim was taken to hospital. The suspect was quickly detained but never admitted his guilt.

In July, the man was found guilty and sent to a maximum security colony for six years. The convict tried to appeal the decision, but the appeals court upheld the decision.

I was a seventh grader before escaped from the harassment of the drunk father who jumped out of the window.

Source: Gazeta


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