Boyfriend who hurled roast chicken at his former Saatchi & Saatchi designer girlfriend during a furious food fight in their Kensington kitchen faces jail
- Colin Comiskey accused of assaulting ex girlfriend after relationship breakdown
- The 34-year-old threw a cooked chicken at Ellen Van De Vusse at their home
- Prosecutors say he grabbed her after coming home drunk one night in January
The ex-boyfriend of a former Saatchi & Saatchi designer could be jailed for throwing a whole roast chicken at her.
Colin Comiskey, 34, launched the cooked bird at Ellen Van De Vusse during a drunken row at their rented home in West Kensington, West London.
A court heard how the couple ended their three-year relationship two months before the fight in January of this year.
Mr Comiskey had come home drunk, prosecutor Jonathan Bryan told Westminster magistrates on Thursday.
After waking up his then ex, the pair began to row.
Colin Comiskey (left) has denied assaulting his girlfriend Ellen Van De Vusse (right)
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Mr Bryan said: ‘The defendant arrived at 9.30pm. He was very drunk. He approached the complainant who was asleep.
‘He said he had brought her dinner. She said she was not hungry. His response was to push her in the chest. It did not hurt her, and she tried to walk away.
‘He picked up a chicken and it hit her on the dressing gown, the kitchen and TV. He was very angry, clenching his fists.’
At a previous hearing, in May, Prosecutor Aimee Emby said: ‘The defendant took hold of the complainant by her arms and squeezed them tightly, stopping her getting into the kitchen.
The couple’s relationship was falling apart when Comiskey allegedly attacked, a court heard
The alleged clashes happened at their terraced home in this street in west London
‘He then threw some food at her. Some of the food struck her on the back.’
Mr Comiskey admitted assault and was granted bail.
He will be sentenced on July 12.
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