Mother-of-two reveals horrific injuries

Mother-of-two reveals horrific injuries after her violent boyfriend brutally kicked and punched her in front of her children on Christmas Day leaving the house ‘looking like a murder scene’

  • Kirsty Whewell, 30, was attacked inside her home in Staffordshire last Christmas 
  • Simon Paul Jones kicked and punched the mother and smashed mirror in face 
  • He was jailed for 33 months following s police chase down the M6 in January

A mother-of-two has revealed her horrific injuries after her violent boyfriend brutally kicked and punched her in front of her children on Christmas Day.  

Kirsty Whewell, 30, said her house in Staffordshire was left ‘looking like a murder scene’ after her partner Simon Paul Jones, 34, launched a terrifying attack on her last December.

Jones was jailed for 33 months at Stafford Crown Court after he was caught following a police chase down the M6 in January. He pleaded guilty to ABH and criminal damage.

Ms Whewell met Jones on Facebook in October 2019, and soon after the pair began dating. On Christmas Eve, Jones told the mother-of-two he loved her and asked if she wanted to become an item.

Kirsty Whewell, 30, said her house in Staffordshire was left ‘looking like a murder scene’ after her partner Simon Paul Jones, 34, launched a terrifying attack on her last December. Pictured: Ms Whewell in hospital after the attack

Ms Whewell met Jones on Facebook in October 2019, and soon after the pair began dating

However, Ms Whewell told him it was ‘too soon’ for declarations of love, but said she ‘was happy to get to know him more.’ 

Jones responded by calling her a ‘slag’ and accusing her of using him, so Ms Whewell ‘ended things’ immediately.  

But later that evening, the mother-of-two heard a noise outside while she finished wrapping presents for her children Alfie, 12, and Darcie, three.

She looked out of her window and saw Jones slashing her car tyres, but as he was holding a knife she decided not to confront him.

Soon after, she went to bed but was woken up by the security light.     

She said: ‘I got up and saw Simon standing in the driveway. I opened the window and he told me to let him in, but I refused – telling him to go home.

Jones (pictured) was jailed for 33 months at Stafford Crown Court after he was caught following a police chase down the M6 in January. He pleaded guilty to ABH and criminal damage


On Christmas Eve, Jones told the mother-of-two he loved her and asked if she wanted to become an item. Pictured: Ms Whewell’s injuries

‘Then he started banging on the front door. By this point it was 1am. Thankfully my children were still asleep.’ 

Jones eventually left, but an hour later Ms Whewell received a phone call from her former partner. She then looked out of the window to see him ‘covered in mud.’

She said: ‘He was shivering, begging me to let him in, saying how sorry he was. I felt sorry for him and agreed to let him in to dry off.

‘I handed him a towel and went upstairs to fetch the presents to put under the tree.’

The mother-of-two then received a text from a friend warning her not to let Jones inside her house.

‘But before I could act, Simon snatched the phone and read the message,’ she said.


Jones threw a phone at Ms Whewell’s head, before knocking her to the floor and landing kicks and punches all over her body. Pictured: The scene following the attack

He then picked up a mirror and smashed it into her face, the mother-of-two said. Pictured: A smashed television seen after the attack

Jones threw the phone at Ms Whewell’s head, before knocking her to the floor and landing kicks and punches all over her body.

He then picked up a mirror and smashed it into her face, the mother-of-two said.

‘My nose and face gushed with blood,’ she said. ‘I yelled at him to stop, I thought he’d kill me.’    

Hearing her children screaming, Ms Whewell rushed to their rooms and ushered them downstairs.

Jones chased after her and repeatedly struck her with a mop handle.

Holding her daughter Darcie, the mother managed to shield her from the blows, while her son Alfie unlocked the back door.

The family managed to escape to a neighbour’s house, before Ms Whewell was rushed to New Cross Hospital where she was treated for a bruised nose and gashes to her head.

On Boxing Day, the mother-of-two went back to her house with police officers to gather some clothes for her children. Pictured: Ms Whewell with her son Alfie and daughter Darcie


‘My face was so swollen, at first, Darcie didn’t recognise me,’ Ms Whewell said. ‘Then she started to cry. Alfie was also traumatised. It was awful.’ Pictured: Her injuries

She was later discharged and spent Christmas Day with her parents, while Jones went on the run.

‘My face was so swollen, at first, Darcie didn’t recognise me,’ Ms Whewell said.  ‘Then she started to cry. Alfie was also traumatised. It was awful.’

On Boxing Day, the mother-of-two went back to her house with police officers to gather some clothes for her children.  

The brute, from Cannock, was arrested following a police chase down the M6 in January

She said: ‘The place looked like a murder scene with blood splattered everywhere.

‘Christmas decorations lay broken on the floor, it was horrific.’

That day, Ms Whewell got a new phone and found dozens of voicemails from Jones.

In one of them, he said: ‘I gave you that much of a beating cos I love you the most’.

The brute, from Cannock, was arrested following a police chase down the M6 in January.   

The mother-of-two said: ‘I’ve been left with a scar on my nose which is a constant reminder of Simon’s horrific attack.

‘Now I’m back with Darcie’s dad, and am looking forward to a drama-free Christmas with my family.

‘Simon may have stolen the magic of last year’s, but he’ll be spending this one alone, behind bars. It’s his turn for a nightmare Christmas.’ 

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