Pregnant teen suffers miscarriage and seizures after being kicked in stomach and stamped on after Euros final

A PREGNANT teen suffered a devastating miscarriage after being kicked in the stomach after England's Euros final.

Beth Newman, 18, was also booted in the head and stamped on by a group of women during the brutal, "unprovoked" attack.


The teen tragically suffered a miscarriage after being set upon as she left the Quart In A Pint Pot pub in Margate, Kent, last Sunday.

Beth, whose phone was stolen in the attack, told Kent Live: "It was completely unprovoked.

"I walked round past the first girl and was walking back towards the pub walking back to grab my friends, and she just looked me up and down.

"I looked at her back, and she was like 'what the **** are you looking at?' I just calmly said 'what's your problem?'

"I started to walk away and she came up behind me and grabbed my plait, and punched me round the side of my head.

"I tried to defend myself, but before I knew there were just loads of them all on top of me."

'SO MUCH PAIN'

Beth's mum rushed to the scene from her home nearby to find her daughter "convulsing really badly".

The teen was taken to hospital where she was treated for a head injury and remained for four days.

She recalled how she had seizures in the ambulance and said she remembers "being in so much pain".

Beth added: "I couldn't move my neck, couldn't walk properly. I was covered in bruises from head to toe – everywhere. It was pretty awful."

Tragically, two days later she began bleeding and discovered she had miscarried her baby.

Beth is now waiting for an MRI after she continued having seizures days on from the attack.

She said she is still confused over the thugs' motives and believes they "didn't like the look of her".

Beth added: "I'm scared to leave the house.

"I don't want something else [like the assault] to happen, and I don't want to be alone because I might have a fit."

Kent Police confirmed they are investigating and have urged witnesses to come forward.

Anyone with information can call the force on 01843 222289, quoting reference 46/121976/21, or ring Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111.

 

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