She revealed a purple eye and a swollen face after a 'violent pig' launched an attack on her female friend on Monday night.
But Josie Gibson feels yet more scarred by the scores of online Trolls, many of whom were were women, who have told her she deserved to be beaten up in the horrific New Year's Day incident in Bristol.
TV personality Josie, 32, shared a second video about the incident on Wednesday, in response to an onslaught of abuse that accompanied her original account of events.
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Black and blue: Josie Gibson shared a second video about her New Year's Day attack on Wednesday to shame the Trolls who have said she deserved it
'I've been abused all night on Twitter,' she said. 'And I am doing this video to say that you are an absolute disgrace, sticking up for a professional boxer who beat the living daylights out of an eight-stone woman.
'A lot of you are women. I think you are a disgrace and god forbid any of you have children and you think this is the right thing to do.
Josie was still black and blue from Monday night's attack, in which she accused an enraged male clubber of punching her in the face when she tried to defend her friend.
Traumatic: The Bristol native claims a reveller attacked her after she and a female friend kicked him out of a car they were sharing when he tried to sexually assault them (pictured, bruises on her friend's chest)
'Disgraceful': Josie felt compelled to respond to online Trolls - many of whom were women - who made her feel like she was to blame for the violent incident
Speaking out: Josie has gone public about the incident in a bid to get justice
Josie's original video on Tuesday described how a man sharing their taxi in Cabot Circus, Bristol had lashed out when he was accused of making sexual advances on one of the women in the back of the car.
The reality star continued: '[I can't believe] the amount of abuse and hate that I have got, sticking up for that guy - a lot of them from women.
'[I've been told] that I should be drinking through a straw, that I should not leave the house, that I deserved it and that I only got a whack because he "rejected my sexual advances".
Ordeal: Big Brother star Josie shared pictures of her black eye and horrific bruises after a 'vile pig' assaulted her in the back of a taxi on Monday night
Josie ended on a positive note, revealing that other women had since come forward to accuse the man of similar incidents.
She saw it was a comfort, saying that the scenes had brought about painful memories of her past.
'I honestly thought I was going mad at some point,' she confessed. 'We've been made to feel like it's our fault. Sorry but I don't need this kind of attention.
'There's no way I am about to let any man get away with this. I am from a very violent household and it just brought all the memories back. It was so disturbing to see a grown man beat the living daylights out of my best friend like that.
'You can abuse me, tell lies about me, you can say what you like about me but it's not going to stop me try and put this man down.'
Horror: The 32-year-old TV personality revealed she was punched in the face by a man after she and her friends gave him a lift
Though she's rarely spoken out about her childhood, it is known that Josie's father was killed in a family love triangle.
Josie's uncle was convicted of manslaughter when she was 10 after her father bled to death in a physical fight between the pair.
Josie told Now magazine in 2010 that her father was fatally struck with a knife in his leg after it was discovered that he was having an affair with her uncle's partner hich led caused his fatal injuries.
An investigation has now been opened into Josie's allegations of assault after midnight on New Year's Day.
A spokesperson for Avon and Somerset Police confirmed to MailOnline on Wednesday: 'The incident happened in a taxi on Wade Street, near to Staples at Cabot Circus. Both were passengers in the taxi.
'The man left the scene and the female victim tried to flag down a car in Wade Street.'