Mother and daughter accused of heeled night club attack

Mother and daughter accused of heeled night club attack
Mother and daughter accused of heeled night club attack
A mother and daughter were charged with a nightclub attack in which a woman was allegedly repeatedly hit in the face with the heel of a shoe.

Jessica Adams, 19, is accused of struck multiple blows in the woman’s face with her shoe after a previous argument between her mother Lisa Adams (36) and the same woman.

They both deny assaulting the woman who the court heard had abrasions and bruises.

Judge David McHugh adjourned the case in Blanchardstown District Court for a hearing next March.

Each of the defendants from Russell Lane in Russell Square in Tallaght will be charged with assaulting the woman at the Buzz nightclub in the Red Cow Hotel on Naas Road in Clondalkin on January 15 last year.

The charges against the women are based on Section 3 of the Act on Non-Fatal Crimes against the Person.

Garda Sergeant Maria Callaghan said the DPP is agreeing to a comprehensive elimination of the case at the district court level, subject to the judge examining the issue of jurisdiction.

Summing up the allegations, Sgt Callaghan said the woman was approached by Lisa Adams that night and that there was a verbal altercation between them.

Lisa Adams waved her fists and threatened the alleged victim before Lisa Adams’ husband stepped between the two women and escorted his wife out of the area, Sgt Callaghan said.

It was alleged that the woman was later grabbed by the hair from behind.

Jessica Adams then hit the woman in the face with the heel of her shoe several times, prosecutors would claim.

A medical report was presented to the court showing a rubbing under the alleged victim’s lower right eyelid and swelling in the area.

There was also swelling in the temple, but there was no break, Sgt Callaghan said.

The judge read the medical report and found that it was “soft tissue injuries” that had no further consequences from the injuries. He accepted jurisdiction to handle the case and allowed it to be dealt with in the district court.

The defendants were both present in court and defense attorney Ciaran MacLoughlin said they were seeking “an appointment for a hearing”.

The prosecutor has already made a disclosure, he said.

Judge McHugh adjourned the case to a date in March 2021.

Irish Independent

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