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Kayleigh Laws is a lingerie-clad model who kneed a police officer in the groin and said she ‘didn’t want men near her’ after being groped by leering clients at a festival, a court has heard. Laws wrestled with the officer when he attempted to detain her because he thought he smelled cannabis coming from her car after she left Goodwood Revival Festival.
The model admitted to assaulting the policeman and possession of an offensive weapon after a knuckleduster was found in her vehicle.
Kayleigh Laws Age
Kayleigh Laws, from Bristol, is 28 years old.
What happened to Kayleigh Laws?
At Worthing Magistrates Court, Laws, who runs an OnlyFans page, was sentenced to a community order and told to complete 60 hours of unpaid work. After arriving, Kayleigh Laws dressed all in black, stopped to pose for pictures on the court steps.
The hearing was told she had been working as a hostess and serving drinks to a private party at the Goodwood Revival Festival, West Sussex. The group drank Prosecco before a row erupted and Laws and her friend went to stay in her car for the night – planning on heading home the following day.
However, security staff became concerned by the way her car was driving so-called police and the women were approached by PC Trevor Burton in a lay-by.
The court heard that when he smelt cannabis coming from the vehicle he knocked on the window to carry out a search. No drugs were found but Laws erupted when the officer tried to detain her and she started resisting as PC Burton arrested her against the bonnet of her Vauxhall Astra.
What we know so far about Kayleigh Laws
Prosecutor Gaynor Byng said: ‘She became aggressive – shouting and swearing in his face. She was unsteady on her feet and pointed her finger at the officer’s face* ‘After some time she did begin to calm down but within a short period, she became abusive, raising a hand to his face.
‘He took hold of her wrists at which point she raised her knee towards him, striking him in the groin*
‘It did cause him pain and discomfort at the time.’
Defending, Mark Rogers, said that Laws reacted aggressively to being touched by the officer because she had been groped earlier on in the day.
He said: ‘She had been working as an entertainer providing private dancing and drinks for the clients.
‘The location, surprisingly to her, was an RV, in essence, a small confine, and while she was there she was subject to some abuse*
‘Clearly, in that industry, she accepts you have to be made of stern stuff and you need to be able to tell people not to touch you.
‘Sadly for her, some of the men went over and above what they should be doing.
‘At one point she was pushed on a bed and was held down by a male and at that point, she decided to leave for a place of safety.
‘She did not want any male near her – perhaps that explains why she was pushing the officer away.’
Laws had also been charged with drink-driving but was cleared at an earlier hearing. She was sentenced to a community order and told to complete 60 hours of unpaid work as well as pay £50 compensation and a £90 victim surcharge.