Woman scalped by her convict ex-boyfriend with a DRILL said she blamed herself for the assault

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Suzie Kemp, 38, from Leeds, was left with a bald patch after her abusive ex-boyfriend scalped her with an electric drill. Thanks to Suzie's brave testimony, Aaron Kearsley, 28, was jailed for four years.
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