A train passenger bitten on the leg by an actress has blasted a judge who let her 'animalistic' attacker go to Amsterdam for two months before sentencing and said today: 'A man wouldn’t have been allowed to wander off to Holland'.
Gabriella M'rabet, 25, says Eliza Peereboom, 23, has been 'let off scot-free' despite being convicted of ABH and assault after attacks on three women at Reading station last summer.
Yesterday Judge Sarah Campbell agreed to defer sentencing for two months to allow Peereboom, a Dutch-born model, actress and choreographer, to find a place to live in the UK or instead find a job to pay compensation.
Ms M'rabet, 25, has told MailOnline that she and Peereboom's two other victims, Ciara Jones and her friend Nicole Deadfield, have been 'denied justice', calling the decision to delay sentencing until nearly Christmas 'disgusting'.
She said: 'She has been found guilty but has been let off scot-free and allowed to live in Amsterdam for two months without any punishment. I am absolutely disgusted.
‘If it had been a man who had attacked me I’m sure the consequences would have been completely different.
‘I am in despair as to how this whole case has been handled and I feel I have received no justice. The whole thing is diabolical’.
Gabriella M'rabet, 25, (left on the day of the attack) says Eliza Peereboom, 23, (right outside court) has been let off 'scot-free' despite being convicted of ABH and assault after attacks on three women on a train as it pulled into Reading station last summer
Peereboom clamped down on Miss M'rabet's knee for up to 15 seconds, leaving her with this wound and severe bruising
Ms M'rabat had been at Newbury racecourse with her father and brother on August 20 last year.
She tried to leave the train passing Peereboom, who was already rowing with two other women and then pulled her hair.
Ms M'rabet, 25, has told MailOnline that she and Peereboom's two other victims, Ciara Jones and her friend Nicole Deadfield, have been 'denied justice'
Daniella kicked her attacker who then sank her teeth into her leg just above the knee and didn't let go for up to 15 seconds, taking out a lump of flesh.
Describing her ordeal she said: ‘I woken by my father to get off for our connecting train as I walked towards the back of the carriage to exit off the train, I realised there was some sort of commotion going on between other females.
'Suddenly my hair was violently pulled. I kicked out to get her off me and she bit me on the leg. I screamed and jumped and was helped by my family and friends off the train.
‘The police turned up and acted as if I was the criminal. I was given no medical treatment despite me repeatedly telling them I had been bitten and they put me in handcuffs. Meanwhile my attacker wasn’t [cuffed] and the officers spent their time checking she was ok. The only reason the case went to trail is due to chasing the police to take a statement following the incident'.
During the fight Peereboom also pulled the hair of Ciara Jones and her friend Nicole Deadfield before she bit the leg of Gabriella M'rabet.
MailOnline has asked British Transport Police and the Courts and Tribunals Service for comment.
When she appeared at Reading Crown Court yesterday, Peereboom also dramatically sacked her barrister Thomas Quinton after she took