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She is one of the stars of TV reality show Geordie Shore, but tonight (February 3) Vicky Pattison is preparing to do several weeks of community service after injuring a model and a security guard in a brawl at a Newcastle nightclub.
She escaped jail despite a judge describing her assault with a stiletto shoe as serious and shocking.
Gregg Easteal reports.
:Sentencing Pattison, Judge Brian Forster QC said: "I accept you are shocked by your own conduct.
"I accept you are remorseful for what took place.
"You tried to deal with your emotions in an inappropriate way by drinking too much alcohol but you recognise that.
"This case should be seen as what it was, a loss of control on one occasion by a young lady who is 26."
Geordie Shore star Vicky Pattison has been sentenced at Newcastle Crown Court for attacking two women with a stiletto shoe at a nightclub in Newcastle last July.
She must carry out 180 hours unpaid work.
The 26-year-old was also handed a community order for one year.
Pattison was ordered to pay £4,000 compensation to Hannah Kelso, who suffered a cut to her face, plus £750 compensation to door superviser Victoria Burnsand, who was injured while trying to stop the trouble.
She must also pay £1,500 costs.
Geordie Shore star Vicky Pattison walked free from court today after leaving two women injured in a stiletto shoe attack.The 26-year-old had been drinking at the House of Smith club in Newcastle, where she and fellow cast members were recording the MTV series last July.
Newcastle Crown Court heard part-time model Hannah Kelso, 20, suffered a cut to her face.
Door supervisor Victoria Burns, who had stepped in to try and stop the trouble, got a lump to her forehead and a cut lip after being hit in the face by the same stiletto.
Pattison was handed a community order for 12 months with 180 hours unpaid work.
She was also ordered to pay £4,000 compensation to Miss Kelso, £750 to Miss Burnsand £1,500 costs.