After Jeremy McConnell is found guilty

Ausiliatrice Cristiano
Agosto 10, 2017

'Stephanie now wishes to work with domestic violence and abuse charities to raise awareness and stop what has happened to her happening to other women in the United Kingdom'.

A source close to Stephanie told The Sun Online: "Steph wants to use her very public battle with Jeremy for good - she wants to make a show that helps people who are going through what she had to live through".

Stephanie's bid to raise awareness about living with domestic abuse comes after she declared it was time to "rebuild" her life following Jeremy's trial.

Tattooed model Jeremy, 28, was found guilty on Monday of beating Stephanie at her home in Liverpool.

Steph, who has son Caben-Albi with McConnell, is "devastated" at her loss.

Jeremy was bailed and will be sentenced on Friday, with rumours the judge will make an example of him and put him behind bars.

"Stephanie would like to thank her family, friends and team around her who have stuck with her and helped her to begin to rebuild her life".

"Supporting domestic violence charities and organisations is absolutely on our priority list for Stephanie, she wishes to raise awareness and stop women going through what she has".

"The former "Over the Rainbow" contestant broke down in tears in court on Monday (07.08.17) as she recalled how the 27-year-old reality TV star threw her around like a rag doll" because he thought she was having an affair with her pregnant best friend.

She claimed that Jeremy suspected her of a lesbian affair and a fling with a fireman as he attacked her at a property in Rainhill, Merseyside, on March 10.

In private social media messages obtained by The Mirror, Stephanie told Claire that she regretted her actions and was trying to "get happy now and start a fresh".

Earlier this week Steph testified against Jeremy McConnell in court and claimed he tried to smash a bottle over his own head.

Outside court, Stephanie's legal team spoke on her behalf, saying they were pleased with the verdict.

Reaching a verdict in 15 minutes, Judge Wendy Lloyd found Jeremy guilty and said: "Mr McConnell may prefer to think he acted in self defence. I believe his judgement was totally clouded by drugs and alcohol".

In a statement, her rep said: 'We are delighted with the decision in court today and are pleased that justice has been done - we await the decision on Friday and the appropriate sentencing.

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