An amateur boxer Mother has avoided prison time and has been fined the sum of £120 for leaving an 11-year-old “bloodied and battered” because of an argument with her daughter.
Little Kiesha Schofield was 11 years old when Jade Binch, 28, assaulted her, she is now 13, Kiesha is said to be still too scared to walk to school alone.
Her mum Tiffany Schofield, 33, shared the graphic photos of Kiesha’s injuries that left her in hospital.
She said: “You can see the state Kiesha was in from the pictures.
“She had blood all over her face and was bruised on her head and body.
“Jade fractured Kiesha’s nose, she had a bruised and bloodshot eye which took a long time to heal.
“She had scratches over her body and bruises on her back and arms where she had been kicked.
“I was livid. I wanted to do the same to her that she’d done to Kiesha but common sense kicked in.
“I knew I needed to show Kiesha that you follow the right processes. I knew I couldn’t retaliate.
“I kept reassuring her: ‘she’ll definitely get prison time for this’.”
Jade Binch whos boxing name is the “the secret assassin” was convicted of assault by beating in September last year.
She was only given a six-month community order, ordered to pay a £120 fine and court costs.
Ms Schofield, from Sutton-in-Ashfield, Notts, added: “When she was given the fine and no jail sentence, I couldn’t believe it.
“The judge who also watched the CCTV footage in court gave her a fine – how is that justice for attacking a minor?”
When question what happened Kiesha’s Mother said: ”There was a big group of them out and Jade’s daughter had fallen out with her boyfriend.
“Kiesha went over to tell him everything would be alright and Jade’s daughter just said ‘I’m going to tell my mum. Kiesha rang me panicking saying her friend’s mum was ‘coming down to get her’. I just reassured her, thinking ‘what mum was going to do anything to a child? The rest of the group started walking to the shop and Jade then pulled up and got out of the car and assaulted her.”
When asked for comment, Binch said: “The information [Tiffany] is stating isn’t true. I was convicted of assault by beating which can mean as much as a finger being put on somebody else.
“I haven’t beat her daughter – the information is incorrect. People can think what they like. I know what’s what. She can make whatever allegations that she likes.”
A spokesman for the Crown Prosecution Service said: “Jade Binch pleaded guilty to one charge of assault by beating and was sentenced on 28 September  at Mansfield Magistrates’ Court to a Community Order for 6 months and participate in rehabilitation activities for 10 days.
“She was also ordered to pay a fine of £120, costs to the CPS of £250 and a surcharge to Government of £100.”