The ex-model trashed his ex’s house and bit his ear so badly it had to have stitches

Former model bit boyfriend's ear and needed stitches as he kicked her out

Levi Barratt once posed for a modeling agency but fell into a cocaine addiction (Image: Cavendish Press)

A former model who hospitalized her ex-boyfriend by biting him when he tried to stop her ransacking his home has been spared jail.

Mum-of-three Levi Barratt, 31, and Shaun Collier, 53, dated for six months but the relationship fell apart due to “disruptive and unpredictable behavior” fueled by her chronic cocaine addiction, a court chief.

Barratt showed up at Mr Collier’s home in Stockport, Greater Manchester, to try to rekindle their romance, but they started to argue and she “quickly fell into a rage”.

The 31-year-old “smashed” her ex’s £300 belongings, including a glass table, his TV and his jewelry, before deciding to physically intervene.

David Lees, prosecutor, said: “During her removal, the defendant bit Collier on the top of the ear.

“He claimed not to have felt anything at the time and said his mind was more on his broken possessions and removing them from his property. He only realized it when he started bleeding once he was back in his house.

“The defendant attempted to apologize outside Collier’s home, although she was under the influence of drugs at the time.

“He went to the hospital the next day and got a tetanus shot for the wound on his upper left ear. The official medical report states that he suffered a 1cm laceration and required stitches to repair it, for which he was placed under local anaesthetic.’

Levi Barratt, a former model, mauled her ex-boyfriend's head when he physically threw her out of his home after she began smashing up his belongings during a cocaine-infested rampage. Disclaimer: Whilst Cavendish Press (Manchester) Ltd will use its best endeavors to ascertain the copyright and authenticity of all images supplied, it accepts no liability for any damage, loss or legal action caused by the use of any images supplied. The publication of images is entirely at your discretion. The terms and conditions can be found at

The court heard how the 31-year-old’s ex forgave her for the assault (Image: Cavendish Press)

Barratt was sentenced to five months in prison, suspended for a year because she had already served a “significant time” in detention and “other extenuating circumstances.”

The 31-year-old was once asked by a Manchester modeling agency to pose for photos but became “heavily addicted” to cocaine, the court has been told.

Her three children were eventually taken into care and she was diagnosed with bipolar disorder and depression.

Mr Collier said the injury did not cause any lasting problems, although he was concerned about the cost of replacing his broken possessions.

Sentencing Judge Mark Savill said: “The defendant is very fortunate that her parents did not turn their backs on her as she has tried her patience over the years. She is also fortunate that the complainant was kind enough to forgive her for her actions.

“I understand that you yourself have suffered significant trauma in the past, caused by abusive relationships. Her life has descended into the utter misery of drug addiction that has kept her totally disconnected from reality.

“You are someone who, when not in the midst of drug addiction, is an articulate and intelligent woman. You are loved by your family and you should be grateful to have them by your side.’

Barratt also has to complete a 30-day rehab and a nine-month drug surveillance period that requires her to live with her mother.

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