Vicky Pattison: I'm not a 'vile monster'
'Geordie Shore's Vicky Pattison insists she isn't a "vile monster" after being sentenced to do 180 hours' unpaid work following a nightclub attack last July.
Vicky Pattison insists she's not a "vile monster" after being convicted of assault.
The 'Geordie Shore' star - who was sentenced on Monday (03.02.14) for attacking a young model with her stiletto shoes in a nightclub last July - is deeply remorseful over her actions and claims the incident, which resulted in 18-year-old model Hannah Kelso requiring four stitches, was a "mistake".
Vicky lamented to the Daily Star newspaper: "I'm so sorry. I'm not a vile monster. I'm just a normal girl who made an awful mistake."
The 26-year-old MTV star flung her stiletto in Hannah's direction, wrongly believing the teenager had thrown ice at her during a night out in Newcastle's Florita's Bar. The shoe hit both Hannah and security guard Victoria Burns, whose lip was cut in the fray.
Vicky said: "If I could go back to that night I wouldn't recognise the person who did those things. It wasn't me. I would implore them to understand that I am human just like they are. I have so much regret. I made a mistake."
The brunette beauty blames her wild behaviour on her failed engagement to fellow 'Geordie Shore' star Ricci Guarnaccio, 25.
She added: "My relationship with Ricci was draining and I wasn't in a good place. I was so frustrated, angry and utterly exhausted."
Vicky was ordered to complete 180 hours of unpaid work and pay both her victims compensation in court on Monday.
MTV hasn't made a decision on whether Vicky will return for the new series of 'Geordie Shore' following the incident.