An actress who was bitten by a police dog after a terrifying burglary ordeal has received an apology from Scotland Yard.
Juliet Aubrey was mauled by an Alsatian when she called officers as burglars raided her London home in March 2012. The dog handler will face misconduct proceedings over what happened.
Juliet Aubrey said she hid under her daughter's bed and called the police after hearing the intruders shouting about a gun. Speaking to The Guardian she said:
Once officers arrived, her relief turned to fear as the dog attacked her when it saw her under the bed.
- The actress said that she was left with post-traumatic stress order and had visible scars from the dog attack
- Aubrey's film roles include Gloria Woodrow in the Constant Gardener, and she has appeared in a number of TV series such as The White Queen and Silent Witness