By Joseph Curtis For Mailonline. A young woman violently attacked her boyfriend with a wine bottle while naked during a furious row at a London hotel. CCTV footage from the three-star hotel showed her 'lunging at him' while naked in the corridor, before throwing an empty wine bottle at him. Oxenford, of Cambridgeshire, later smashed a glass in their room and cut him across the nose with a shard, while she also broke his spectacles during the fracas. The pair had been together nine months before splitting up, only to reunite a month later. But City of London Magistrates' Court heard they argued because Oxenford had seen another man during their time apart, with the pair's heated row eventually spilling into the corridor. CCTV footage from the hotel - which had to be pixelated - showed her 'lunging at him' while naked in the corridor, while she also threw an empty wine bottle at him. The pair ended up locked out of their room but continued to argue after getting back in with a spare key, leading to Oxenford attacking Mr Buttigieg with the broken glass. When police arrived they saw Mr Buttigieg nursing a one-inch cut to his bleeding nose with a tissue, describing him as 'shocked' and 'rambling' as he unsuccessfully tried to stop the flow of blood. Prosecutor Trevor Green said Oxenford's relationship with the other man while the couple was apart was the catalyst for the brawl.
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Please refresh the page and retry. Amelia Oxenford had been drinking all night with Alex Buttigieg when the two got into a furious late-night row in their hotel room at the Ascot Hyde Park Hotel, London. Matters only escalated once they were back inside, however, as Oxenford threw a wine bottle at her boyfriend and then slashed his face with a shard of glass. Oxenford, of Steeple Morden, Cambs, had previously been seeing the victim for nine months, but they recently separated for a one-month break, during which time she had seen another man. T revor Green, prosecuting, said this had triggered the argument in the hotel at around 2. H e told the court: "This resulted in Ms Oxenford pushing him into the corridor and on the CCTV she can be seen naked and lunging at the victim. Shocked staff at the hotel in Bayswater called the police when they became aware of the fracas. They approached the room to hear Oxenford shouting inside, threatening to harm herself and jump out of the window. She was found wearing only a bra.
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