WTF?!? Bare-knuckle boxer mother, 24, who threw her own BABY at a policewoman and left the officer with life-changing injuries smirks as she is spared prison

Blacknarwhal

TB Fanatic
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So...I was watching YouTube videos tonight and I discovered a new subreddit called r/iamapieceofshit.

It's led me to some...staggering...new content.

This is just one example.

Fair use cited so on and so forth.


Bare-knuckle boxer mother, 24, who threw her own BABY at a policewoman and left the officer with life-changing injuries smirks as she is spared prison

A mother who trains as a bare-knuckle boxer threw her baby at a police officer has been spared a jail sentence.

Kirsty Bearfield was at the Hull Royal Infirmary after her eldest child suffered a 'non-accidental' injury.

But when officers told her that her two children should be looked after by their father for the night, the 24-year-old threw her baby at a detective constable in a fit of rage.

The police officer has been left with life-changing injuries and was forced her to leave her job.

She said Bearfield had 'robbed her of being a mother'.

Bearfield posts pictures and videos of her fighting online and boasted about her 'beautiful left hook'.

The mother-of-two, who has four previous convictions for battery, admitted GBH but was spared prison.
Bearfield posts pictures and videos of her fighting online and boasted about her 'beautiful left hook'


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Bearfield posts pictures and videos of her fighting online and boasted about her 'beautiful left hook'


Bearfield was at the hospital with her two children, their father, a social worker, and two police officers in November 2017, following a report of a 'non-accidental' injury to the older child, the court was told.

The injury was not found to be suspicious but the social worker decided the children should be removed from Bearfield's care to stay with their father that night.

Bearfield was sitting with the baby on her knee, as a detective constable stood in front of her explaining the decision.

Prosecutor Phillip Evans told Hull Crown Court: 'That was news which the defendant did not take well. She threw [the baby] at the officer with a look of anger on her face.'

The officer put her arms up and caught the 13kg baby without injuring him.

But the officer was in 'immediate discomfort', referred to a neurosurgeon and had an MRI scan which revealed a trapped nerve in her lower spine, requiring surgery.
Bearfield was sentenced to 12 months in jail, suspended for 18 months, and must have up to 25 days rehabilitation




Bearfield was sentenced to 12 months in jail, suspended for 18 months, and must have up to 25 days rehabilitation

The officer was referred to another specialist who performed further surgery for a 'frozen shoulder', a condition which was 'exclusively attributable' to Bearfield throwing her baby at her.

She still does not have full use of her left shoulder and has been left with a six-inch scar as 'a painful reminder of what happened'.

The officer said she has had to give up her hobbies including climbing, swimming, and walking, and has had to have her hair cut short because she can no longer hold a hairdryer.

She has also been unable to dress herself and restrictions have been put in place on what duties she can perform at work, and what roles she can apply for.



The officer said her daughter had just started primary school at the time of the incident.

She told the court: 'It's heartbreaking as a mother when your child needs comfort and they are asking to be picked up and you have to turn them down. This is all due to Kirsty Bearfield.'

The officer said for weeks after the incident her daughter feared she 'would be stabbed by a bad girl'.

She added: 'I hate that we are forever linked that way as I don't think I will ever forget her or what happened. It made me leave a role I was good at.

'I have nightmares about her chucking her son and what could have happened. She needs to be made to realise you can't behave like that. She robbed me of being able to be a mum to my child and that I can never forgive.'

Bearfield, from Hedon, in east Yorkshire, admitted inflicting grievous bodily harm.

Steven Garth, mitigating, told Judge Paul Watson QC that Bearfield's parents were heroin addicts who 'did not want her.'

He added: 'She was neglected by them and placed in care when just a toddler. By the age of five she had been placed with 39 different foster carers spread around the country.'

Bearfield suffers from dyslexia, reactive attachment disorder, an eating disorder and has 'difficulties' with her spine, Mr Garth said.

The judge told Bearfield: 'I have decided it would not be right or conscionable for something you did two years ago to immediately deprive you of your liberty.'

Bearfield was sentenced to 12 months in jail, suspended for 18 months, and must have up to 25 days rehabilitation.
 

Dennis Olson

Chief Curmudgeon
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There was a show for two seasons on cable called “Bully Beatdown.” Look it up. That’d be perfect for her.
 

mzkitty

I give up.
It says the sentenced was suspended.

She's a wreck. Look at how she grew up.

Wild thing............
 

Blacknarwhal

TB Fanatic
It says the sentenced was suspended.

She's a wreck. Look at how she grew up.

Wild thing............
Still though. What kind of psychopath throws a baby? Worse, her OWN baby. It's one thing to throw a baby. But to have so little maternal instinct that you will use your OWN CHILD as a weapon against the police is just a staggering level of horrible person.
 

mzkitty

I give up.
Still though. What kind of psychopath throws a baby? Worse, her OWN baby. It's one thing to throw a baby. But to have so little maternal instinct that you will use your OWN CHILD as a weapon against the police is just a staggering level of horrible person.
Born that way - child of heroin addicts, for one thing.

I feel really bad about the lady she injured so terribly.

I feel bad for the child.

There are many people like that in this world. It's a shame, really. One with probably no answers we can give.

:(
 

Kathy in FL

Has No Life - Lives on TB
She is a danger to the public. If you won’t put her in jail, put her in a residential facility until she is sufficiently behaviorally trained to no longer be a danger b
 

mikeabn

Finally not a lurker!
This person is too dangerous to be out on the streets. Unlikely that she will ever learn to control herself.
 

usmcpackrat

Contributing Member
Dont forget that no matter how sad the circumstances they were dealt in life..as adults, these are the people who have no food storage and no comprehension to what's right around the corner for all of us.

It will be these people who show up on your doorstep DEMANDING that you feed them, shelter them and feed their addictions.

And there are LOTS of this type of person all over the world.

And they vote too.......
 

Terriannie

Has No Life - Lives on TB
Yeah, there are people in the world like that who unfortunately are "parents."

Years ago, SIL was in an abusive marriage and after a custody battle, her DH stole their son out of her arms, got in the car and ran. Police were called, they finally got him to stop, and with guns drawn, they demanded him to get out and when he did, they reported he actually picked up his son and held him in front of his chest.
 

Blue 5

Veteran Member
Having read this story, and being duly outraged at the antagonist, I kept coming back to the fact that the female officer involved had no business in law enforcement if she was that physically frail. Catching a 28lb child essentially shattered her. What if she had been facing a 300lb man with violent intent? If she had remained in that line of work she would surely have been killed in some other physical encounter.
 

summerthyme

Administrator
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Having read this story, and being duly outraged at the antagonist, I kept coming back to the fact that the female officer involved had no business in law enforcement if she was that physically frail. Catching a 28lb child essentially shattered her. What if she had been facing a 300lb man with violent intent? If she had remained in that line of work she would surely have been killed in some other physical encounter.
I was thinking that as well. Dunno about blaming the "frozen shoulder" on the incident, either... according to my orthopedic surgeon, it's essentially unknown why they hapoen, and in his words, "surgery rarely helps and often makes things much worse"... physical therapy, daily exercises and "tincture of time" resolved both of mine.

Still, back injuries are tricky... sometimes, it takes very little to cause a herniated disk or other nerve injury. But it definitely sounds like the officer wasn't physically suited to the work.

As far as the story, her children are going to end up just as screwed up as she is, if they aren't removed and adopted into a stable home. She ought to be mandated to have her tubes tied, as well.

Summerthyme
 

Ractivist

Veteran Member
Representative of a significant percentage of the overall population. Lots of wanna be fighters. Their plan is working. Blood sports have been established and infected the minds of a lot of our youth. Can't talk their way thru things, gotta go for the fight instead.....wait till there's reasons to fight.
 

Dozdoats

On TB every waking moment
There are many people like that in this world. It's a shame, really. One with probably no answers we can give.

There has been a terrible shortage of ballistic lobotomies for some years now. Globally.
 
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