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'I wanted to give her something to remember when she looks in the mirror': Chilling admission of student, who slashed his girlfriend's throat after she ended it... as he is cleared of attempted murder
- Gary Davies, 26, hacked a 7cm cut into Robyn Clegg-Gibson's throat
- He lashed out after she ended their two-month relationship
- 'I was angry and upset and wanted to leave a scar', he told the court
- Jury at Preston Crown Court today cleared him of attempted murder
- He pleaded guilty to wounding with intent and false imprisonment
- Lancaster University student held in custody for sentencing next month
Gary Davies locked 19-year-old Robyn Clegg-Gibson in her bedroom before slashing a 7cm cut across her throat, because he was concerned about 'losing face' in front of her friends.
The 26-year-old, who denied attempted murder but admitted two charges of wounding with intent and false imprisonment, lashed out at the teenager in the early hours of September 30 last year.
After the couple returned home to Miss Clegg-Gibson's house at Lancaster University, where they both studied, Davies dealt five blows with a serrated kitchen knife, because he 'wanted to leave a scar'.
Giving evidence at his trial at Preston Crown Court, Davies, who was described as a 'demanding' boyfriend, said he originally grabbed a pair of scissors to scare his girlfriend.
He told the court he became 'angry and upset', when Miss Clegg-Gibson ended the relationship.
He said: 'I wanted to scare her but I didnít think scissors were intimidating enough, then I saw the knife in the drawer.
Read more: 'I wanted to give her something to remember when she looks in the mirror': Chilling admission of student, who slashed his girlfriend's throat after she ended it... as he is cleared of attempted murder | Mail Online
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