Berkeley housing empire heiress under guard in hospital after being punched and kicked in the face in her home

Chloe Pidgley, 25, was bashed over the head with an oil radiator and punched and kicked in the face.

The granddaughter of Berkeley Homes founder Tony Pidgley also had her fingers broken with a slammed door trying to flee.

The maniac, who broke into her flat in Kensington, West London, threatened to return with acid.

It is understood cops are trying to trace former boyfriend Antonio Gian-Carlo Chianca, 29, for questioning.

They had split following a four-month relationship after meeting through the posh Chelsea set.

Chloe’s mum Denize Hewitt, 53, revealed her receptionist daughter called for help mid-attack.

Denize said: “She screamed down the phone. I dialled 999. I thought she would be dead.”

She added that the culprit had texted apologies to Chloe, who was stable in hospital.

But Denize said: “Her attacker told her he was going to get some acid and come back to disfigure her. She is very worried.”

Chloe and sister Chantelle, 26, have already received a “coming of age” fortune of £1million each.

Grandad Tony is estimated to be worth £310million as owner of the upmarket property developer.

Their dad Tony Jnr married former model Denize after meeting her in a Monte Carlo casino.

She later dated Princess Diana’s ex James Hewitt.

Cops are still hunting Chloe’s attacker.

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