Oxford Univ. Chick STABS Her Lover — Might Not go to JAIL Because She is ‘Extraordinary’

Lavinia Woodward, 24, reportedly punched and stabbed a man she met on Tinder while she was drunk and on drugs.

The Daily Mail claims Lavinia not only punched him and stuck a BREAD KNIFE into his leg, but hurled a laptop, jam jar, and a glass during her b*tch fit.

Seems like a closed case scenario, but alas! It is not.

The judge on the case is saying giving her any type of jail time would be ‘too damaging’ to her career as an aspiring surgeon.

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Ummmm… what about that old phrase ‘actions have consequences’?

What about the damage she did to that man’s leg after stabbing him on her drug and alcohol induced rage?

The Judge, Ian Pringle, has previously criticized other officials for granting a drug dealer bail, reportedly calling it “absolutely staggering” that she was released on bail after a drug dealing charge.

Judge Ian Pringle reportedly told Oxford Crown Court: ‘It seems to me that if this was a one-off, a complete one-off, to prevent this extraordinary able young lady from not following her long-held desire to enter the profession she wishes to, would be a sentence which would be too severe.

‘What you did will never, I know, leave you but it was pretty awful, and normally it would attract a custodial sentence, whether it is immediate or suspended.’

From the looks of her Facebook account, Lavinia seems to come from a wealthy family.

Maybe the judge got a nice payoff to come to his decision?

Whatever the reasoning is behind his logic, enabling young people like this is absurd.

We live in a society where people think actions do NOT have consequences.

It’s time to stop that destructive kind of thinking.

h/t : Milo


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