Mother-of-three avoids jail after attacking love rival in bed with her ex in ...

Raging mother-of-three, 38, avoids jail after savagely attacking love rival who she found in bed with her ex during fit of jealousy in front of their four-year-old son Marie Wilkinson attacked the woman after taking her son to visit her ex partner The mother-of-three, from Hull, pulled the victims hair, punched and bit her  Judge Ahmed Nadim handed her a 12-month sentence suspended for two years

By Gemma Parry For Mailonline

Published: 12:49 BST, 2 May 2021 | Updated: 13:02 BST, 2 May 2021

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 A mother-of-three has been handed a suspended sentence after she attacked a woman she discovered in bed with her ex partner. 

Marie Wilkinson, 38, took her four-year-old son to visit her ex-partner at his home in Hull on December 19 last year. 

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But when the man answered the door, Wilkinson made her way into the property after spotting a handbag and a pair of shoes. She made her way to the bedroom, where she could be heard banging on the door and shouting. 

Marie Wilkinson, pictured, attacked the woman when she found her in bed with her ex partner

Marie Wilkinson, pictured, attacked the woman when she found her in bed with her ex partner

She then attacked the woman, a single mother-of-two, grabbing her by her hair, punching her and biting her. 

 Catherine Kioki-Gilligan, prosecuting, told Hull Crown Court that the victim sustained injuries to the rear and back of her head, and had to be taken to Hull Royal Infirmary where her injuries were glued. 

'A scuffle involving them all ensued,' she said. 'She said she was also injured and it was noted she had a bite mark to her forearm, although she was unable to say how this had happened.'

Wilkinson told police she had recently separated from her

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