Woman permanently disfigured in assault by ex-partner
A Dunfermline man hit his former partner on the head with a metal e-cigarette, causing permanent disfigurement.
It was one of three incidents where the woman was targeted by Robert Paxton.
Paxton (22), of Skibo Court, appeared at Dunfermline Sheriff Court, where he admitted the three offences.
On 21st May last year at Carnegie Drive, Dunfermline, he behaved in a threatening or abusive manner by repeatedly contacting his former partner, waited outside her place of work there, photographed her place of work and refused to leave.
On 25th July at Grampian Road, Rosyth, he assaulted the woman by pushing her on the body.
On 26th March this year at Skibo Court he acted in culpable and reckless manner by striking his ex-partner on the head with a metal e-cigarette to her injury and permanent disfigurement.
Sheriff Charles MacNair called for reports and Paxton will return to court for sentencing on 5th July.