A hairdresser attacked three police officers at 3am whilst naked and crazed on drugs after her drink was spiked at a music festival.
Yazmin Davies, 20, from Milford Haven in Wales, was staying at an Airbnb in August last year after attending Creamfields in Cheshire with her mother Cherry, 43.
After she inexplicably started to go ‘crazy’ in front of the other guests, three police officers arrived following a 999 call.
Ms Davies refused to get dressed and instead lashed out violently at the officers as her mother attempted to calm her down.
One of the officers was bitten on the hand as he tried to arrest her whilst the other two were kicked before Davies was bundled into a police van. She was then kept in custody for several hours to sober up.
Yazmin Davies, 20, from Milford Haven in Wales, pictured with her mother Cherry, 43
Ms Davies (left) attacked three police officers in a naked rampage after her drink was spiked at Creamfields music festival in Cheshire
Later, Ms Davies – who has had no previous convictions – said she has never taken drugs and suspected somebody else had put something in her drink.
She admitted three charges of assaulting an emergency worker and was ordered to pay each of the officers £50 pounds in compensation at Warrington magistrates court.
She has also been conditionally discharged for 12 months and was ordered to pay £146 in costs and victim surcharge.
It was claimed police had offered her the chance to accept a caution which had she accepted would have allowed her to avoid going to court. The conviction is now set to ruin her career ambitions to become a teacher.
Michael O’Kane, prosecuting, said: ‘The defendant was interviewed and said she had no recollection of what took place. She said she was very sorry and was willing to attend court and wanted to write a letter to the officers to apologise to the officers.
‘A conditional caution was offered and she was given the opportunity to avail herself of that and attend a course related to the misuse of drugs and alcohol. But despite repeated offers the defendant failed to engage therefore prosecution has proceeded with the charges.’
Ms Davies’s lawyer, James Edwards, said: ‘Her mother is into dance music and had invited her to the Creamfields festival. My client is not a fan of the dance music but she came to Creamfields and stayed at the Airbnb.
‘She had about two drinks at a horrendous price spending £20 on two vodkas with lemonade and she also drank a lot of water. But at about 9pm she started to feel really bad. She was feeling sick and her mum had to help her to get out of the festival and they got a taxi to back to Warrington.
Ms Davies’s lawyer, James Edwards, said Cherry is ‘into dance music’
Cherry attempted to calm down her daughter after she violently lashed out at officers following a 999 call
Yazmin has admitted three charges of assaulting an emergency worker and was ordered to pay each of the officers £50 pounds in compensation
‘On their way back she was sick in the taxi, was sick in the house and caused a mess in somebody’s bedroom because she was not well. There was some kind of altercation and police were called.
‘She was adamant that at no point had she taken drugs. She is against them and has never taken them.’
Mr Edwards added: ‘She had the most horrendous experience and her mother was there throughout. She spent a considerable amount of time in custody and was black and blue. She had a black eye and bruises all over her body. She did not know how they came about.
‘For months afterwards she felt an effect. She was weary and tired she suspected that somebody had put something in one of her drinks.
‘It is such a shame. She would have welcomed a conditional caution with open arms but she is adamant she was not offered anything like that.’
A message was also passed on by her lawyer to the court from her soldier boyfriend Alfie Mason, who she has been with since she was 15.
‘He says she does not take drugs, she has never been violent, she is selfless, helps and supports others and says this behaviour was utterly out of character for her,’ Mr Edwards said.
The conviction is now set to ruin her career ambitions to become a teacher
Another picture of her mother Cherry at a rave