Berkeley Homes heiress, 26, in tears as thug is jailed for 21 months

A thug who viciously assaulted the daughter of a property empire heiress in her luxury home has been jailed for 21 months.

Antonio Henry, 29, punched and kicked Chloe Pidgley, 26, in the face during the sickening attack in Earl's Court, west London, on 18 June last year.

He also slammed a door on her hand as she tried to flee the intruder, leaving her with two broken fingers.

Antonio Henry, 29, punched and kicked Chloe Pidgley, 26, in the face during the sickening attack in Earl's Court, west London, on 18 June last year

The granddaughter of Berkeley Homes founder Tony Pidgley was taken to hospital with non-life threatening injuries

Antonio Henry, 29, punched and kicked Chloe Pidgley, 26, in the face during the sickening attack in Earl's Court, west London, on 18 June last year

Henry then threatened to come back and carry out an acid attack.

The granddaughter of Berkeley Homes founder Tony Pidgley was taken to hospital with non-life threatening injuries.

Judge Hannah Duncan jailed Henry for 21 months after he admitted assault and criminal damage at Isleworth Crown Court.

Ms Pidgley, who was in court to see Henry sentenced, broke down in tears as the judge passed the sentence.

Her mother, Denize Hewitt, had revealed that her receptionist daughter called for help mid-attack, telling The Sun: 'She screamed down the phone'

Her mother, Denize Hewitt, had revealed that her receptionist daughter called for help mid-attack, telling The Sun: 'She screamed down the phone'

Henry has a long history of convictions dating back to 2003 mainly for offences of violence including assault causing actual bodily harm.

His record also includes offences of battery,

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