A THUG mum has been jailed after biting a cop during a vile racist tirade – while wearing black suspenders and a dressing gown.
Gemma Johnson, 34 – who dodged prison in January after punching a teenage girl in the face – was back in the dock yesterday after she attacked two police officers outside her home on September 11.
Gemma Johnson was caged for 18 months for an attack branded “outrageous” by the judge[/caption]
Body cam footage from the officers shown to Hull Crown Court captured Johnson sporting a pink dressing gown and black suspenders as she lay on top of PC Hussain biting at her hands several times.
Johnson was heard screaming in the footage: “Stop that fucking p*** from hitting my daughters. Get that fucking p***.”
A judge yesterday branded her antics “outrageous” and jailed her for 18 months – when Johnson shouted “love you” to her two daughters who sat in court.
The scenes erupted at 9.30am after a window of the family’s grey Audi A3 was smashed by a girl while bailiffs were attempting to repossess the vehicle.
Prosecutor Claire Holmes told the court that the officer was concerned that one of the bites had broken the skin and she “didn’t know what she could have contracted”.
Miss Holmes said: “In the footage you can hear her saying ‘fucking p***’ and the word ‘p***’ being used to describe officer Hussain. The officer is heard in the footage saying ‘she bit me, she bit me’.
“A second officer, an officer Waller, said she begins to help the defendant Johnson to her feet and cover up her modesty with the dressing gown.
In the footage you can hear her saying ‘fucking p***’ and the word ‘p***’ being used to describe officer Hussain. The officer is heard in the footage saying ‘she bit me, she bit me’.
Prosecutor Claire Holmes
“However, as she led the defendant to the van, she calls her ‘an ugly cow’ and then proceeded to spit in her face.”
Johnson pled guilty to assaulting two police officers and a racially aggravated threatening behaviour.
Defence lawyer Catherine Kioko-Gilligan said: “I ask the court to step back from an immediate custodial sentence and withdraw from activating the suspended sentence and she can continue with the progress made and support she is receiving from the probation service.
“Given her mental health problems, she has attended appointments which are becoming positive, and by drawing back from sending the defendant to prison, which will no doubt cause her distress in the future.”
Given her mental health problems, she has attended appointments which are becoming positive, and by drawing back from sending the defendant to prison, which will no doubt cause her distress in the future.
Defence lawyer Catherine Kioko-Gilligan
The court was told Johnson’s mother died when she was 12 “which she was still deeply affected by” and had also brought up her twin daughters by herself.
Johnson was handed a 12-month suspended prison sentence in January after she “set about” a family – punching a 13-year-old girl before raining punches down on the girl’s mum.
She had even bragged about the attack on Facebook and then later claimed would “do it again in a heartbeat”.
As part of her sentence, an order was made to carry out unpaid work and attend a better relationships programme.
However, the court revealed she had completed no work and only attended 22 out of 40 rehabilitation appointments.
What you did in attacking the officer was completely outrageous, you totally lost control.
Judge Mark Bury
Judge Mark Bury said Johnson had “completely lost control” in an “outrageous” attack on the two officers. He also told her that her behaviour was “no role model” for her two daughters.
Jailing her for 18 months, Judge Bury said yesterday: “You could not simply stand by and allow these public enforcers do their job and take away the car which you couldn’t pay for.
“What you did in attacking the officer was completely outrageous, you totally lost control.
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“When PC Hussain tried to do her job, you called her a ‘fucking p***’ and then when she restrained you, you bit her which she describes as ‘clamping down’.
“This is simply outrageous behaviour. For the previous offence which took place in August last year, you were very lucky not to go to prison.
“I have taken into account everything and immediate custody today is inevitable, however, I take a merciful course.”
Johnson’s lawyer pleaded with the judge to not impose a prison sentence[/caption]
She was wearing a pink dressing gown and suspenders as she launched the assault on the officers[/caption]
The judge told her she “lost control” before the attack[/caption]
Johnsons police mugshot taken after her arrest[/caption]
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