A woman was jailed after she was found guilty of physically assaulting her male partner over a period of several months. The victim of the abusive relationship is now a spokesperson for the ManKind Initiative, a charity whose aim is to help those who are the victims of domestic violence. Residents in the Greater Manchester area can hear the details of the man's experience at an event that is being held in Walsall at Bescot Stadium on Nov. 16.
The businessman was subjected to a number of physical assaults over a period of 18 months by his partner and suffered severe injuries including a fractured skull, a broken nose and cheekbones as well as other injuries. She was found guilty of committing grievous bodily harm in 2009 after she burned him with an iron when he refused to have sexual relations with her. The 45-year-old woman was sentenced to seven years in jail for her crimes and has now been released.