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Woman Sentenced After Reportedly Burning Lover's Genitals With Hot Iron During Sex

A woman named Kenya Alozie was sentenced to nine years in jail after she intentionally burned her lover's genitals with a hot iron while they were having sex. 

Alozie reportedly burned the man before smashing a glass bottle and cutting his leg at his home in Plumstead, South London in May 2015. 

Kenya reportedly attacked the man, who was in his 30s, after he attempted to end their affair. 

Alozie had pressed the iron down on the man's legs and genitals before slashing him with a broken bottle. 

The horrific attack, which took place in May of 2015 at a property in London, left the victim needing surgery for his burns and deep wounds.


Kenya reportedly later sent the man a text message admitting she had attacked him in “revenge” for him breaking off their relationship after his wife found out about their affair.

At the time of the attack, Alozie's student visa was due to expire and she was expected to return to her family in Nigeria a few weeks later.

Kenya was caught by authorities on May 24 at Heathrow Airport as she was preparing to leave the country. 
 
Detective Constable Duncan Clark from Greenwich police, said, "Alozie committed a calculated and pre-planned attack. She ensured she had a broken bottle to hand and a hot iron to strike the victim and seriously harm him. The sentence imposed clearly reflects the seriousness of this extremely violent attack."

Alozie was convicted of grievous bodily harm with intent at Woolwich Crown Court. Alozie was sentenced to nine years in jail at Woolwich Crown Court.


Kenya denied any wrongdoing and even claimed she acted in self-defense.

She later challenged her conviction at the Court of Appeal in London, arguing it was "unsafe." 

Kenya said her former lover had a "second phone" that contained videos and messages that would have supported her defense case.  

She also argued that her prison term was too long, saying the assault was not planned in advance and claiming she was "more or less enslaved" by the victim.

Justice Elisabeth Laing said there was no unfairness at Alozie’s trial and that her conviction was "safe."


Laing added, "This was a very nasty offense indeed."

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