Stomped: Furious Rejection Leads to Man Breaking Ex’s Foot in Horrific Assault

Liverpool, England – A man was sentenced to 18 months in prison after pleading guilty to stalking and assault causing grievous bodily harm in Liverpool, England. Alan Hall brutally stamped on his ex-girlfriend’s feet, leaving her with a broken toe and several damaged bones after she rejected him, as reported by the Liverpool Echo.

The 35-year-old and his victim had met on Facebook and had been dating for six weeks, during which time he was aggressive and violent. After the victim ended the relationship, Hall continued to stalk her, damaging her phone and the locks on her house and showing up uninvited at her and her friend’s locations.

The disturbing incident was caught on CCTV footage in which Hall can be seen confronting his ex-girlfriend and then viciously stamping on her feet after she refused him. The victim was left with a broken toe, damaged bones, and significant psychological distress as a result of the attack.

During the court proceedings, it was revealed that Hall had a history of violence against women and ex-partners, with seven convictions for 11 offenses. The judge, Stuart Driver, deemed Hall to be dangerous and stated that immediate custody was the only appropriate punishment for his actions.

In addition to the 18-month prison sentence, the court also granted a restraining order preventing Hall from contacting the victim for seven years. Hall’s lawyer acknowledged his client’s issues with binge drinking and anger management, but the judge emphasized the severity of the harm caused and the high risk of reoffending.