In a horrific attack a pregnant teenager lost her baby after she was set upon by a group of girls after the Euros final between England and Italy.
Beth Newman, 18, was kicked and stamped on in the "unprovoked" attack after leaving the Quart In A Pint pub in Margate, Kent.
The incident happened just after 11pm on Sunday, July 11 and left Beth suffering from seizures after the attack.
There were between four and six women involved in the assault which also resulted in Beth's mobile phone being stolen.
Her mum, Kaz Hazelton, rushed to the pub after she was told her daughter was having a seizure in the wake of the attack.
The teenager was taken to hospital where she was treated for a head injury and remained in hospital for four days to recover.
She told Kent Online : “It was completely unprovoked. I walked round past the first girl and was walking towards the pub walking back to grab my friends, and she just looked me up and down, looked at her back, and she was like ‘what the f*** 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."
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In a bitter blow two days after the attack Beth began bleeding and found out that she had lost her baby.
Beth revealed that the group of girls had kicked and stamped on her head and kicked her in the stomach, which later caused the miscarriage.
Beth is now awaiting a CT scan due to the seizures she has subsequently experienced. She put the attack down to the group of girls "not liking the look of her"
One of Beth's friends has set up a Just Giving page to help raise some funds for her to get a new phone – so far the appeal has raised £222.
Kent Police are urging anyone with any information to come forward and call 01843 222289 quoting the reference number 46/121976/21 or call Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111 or use their anonymous online form.
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