A female thug who unleashed a vicious attack on a man with a Stanley knife she lured into her home is facing jail.
Taylor Sutherley, 22, left William Drummond facially scarred for life after inflicting "multiple puncture wounds, incised puncture wounds and lacerations, causing a lot of bleeding".
A court heard the 47-year-old had gone to her Glasgow flat expecting to meet her dad on October 2 last year.
He told Paisley Sheriff Court she let him in and unleashed her "frenzied attack" that "felt like it lasted forever" after closing the door behind her and overpowering him.
Sutherley, who was previously spared jail for throwing bleach in a shopworker's face, now faces prison after being convicted of assault by a jury, the Daily Record reports.
Her trial heard she got so out of control she left Mr Drummond "saturated" and her clothes, walls, floor and the stairs of her building's close covered in his blood.
He managed to flee her second-floor property and wiped his blood on the intercom at the entrance to her close, so police would know where he had been attacked.
But he was so shaken up by the attack that he drove out in front of an oncoming car as he frantically cycled away from the scene.
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He was taken to hospital as police began their investigation into Sutherley.
They attended the yob's home and arrested her while her "aggressive" dogs were "growling" at her side.
She replied, "f*** your system" to officers telling her her rights as they detained her in connection with the life-threatening attack.
And she told the officers that Mr Drummond had been attacked and injured elsewhere and arrived at her property already hurt and bleeding.
On Thursday the jury took less than 30 minutes to see through her lies – and unanimously convicted her of assaulting Mr Drummond to his "severe injury, permanent disfigurement and danger of life."
As he called for background reports to be prepared ahead of sentencing, and remanded her in custody, Sheriff David Pender said: "You only have four previous convictions but I can see they involve crimes of violence.
"In view of the nature of the offence, I'm also going to order for a risk assessment, so I can consider an extended sentence or a Supervised Release Order, on your release from what will inevitably be a prison sentence."
Back in 2018 Sutherley "sprayed" bleach on William MacKay, causing it to hit his face, neck and back and land in his eye at the Poundstretcher store where he worked in Barrhead.
She then grabbed a tub of shake n' vac and poured the cleaning product on him, before throwing a can of juice off his back.
Sutherley also assaulted workers Ahmed Altaf and Farooq Sheikh with a pair of scissors at another shop in the town the week before.
She was placed on a Community Payback Order and electronic tag for those offences but could be jailed for as long as five years for the attack on Mr Drummond when sentenced next month.
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