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Arthur Collins has been found guilty of carrying out an acid attack in a London nightclub earlier this year.

According to witness reports, Collins, who was in a relationship with TOWIE star Ferne McCann, doused fellow revellers in the corrosive liquid in a Dalston nightspot.


Collins, who recently became a father when Ferne gave birth to his daughter Sunday on November 2, admitted he had thrown liquid on the night in question, but claimed he thought it was a date rape drug.

Collins maintains that he took the liquid off two men in the nightclub, who he claims were planning to put it in a female reveller's drink.

The 25-year-old maimed more than a dozen members of the public during the attack on April 17.


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21-year-old Andre Phoenix, who was on trial alongside Collins, has been cleared of all charges against him

Collins has been convicted of five counts of grievous bodily harm with intent and nine counts of actual bodily harm against 14 people.

According to Sky News, Collins will be convicted on December 19.


Former Glee actor, Mark Salling, pleaded guilty to the possession of child pornography in a Los Angeles court, yesterday afternoon.

The 35-year-old now faces between four and seven years in prison and has been ordered to pay $50,000 to each victim.

He must also register as a sex offender, and will be supervised for 20 years upon his release.

The actor was first arrested for the possession of child pornography in December 2015, after investigators found thousands of images on his laptop and hard drive during a search at his LA home.

It's understood Salling pleaded guilty to “one felony count of possession of child pornography involving a prepubescent minor.”

In 2016, Mark's ex-girlfriend and Glee co-star, Naya Rivera, admitted the charges against him didn't come as a huge surprise.

"He was always just a very dark soul to me," she told Entertainment Tonight.

"I always felt like there was something that he was wrestling with."

The actor played bad-boy Noah “Puck” Puckerman on the successful Fox musical series Glee, from 2009 to 2015.


When a couple appeared recently on the famed Jeremy Kyle show, they brought along their two young children and left them supervised on set as filming took place.

However, staff then became seriously worried – because the toddlers appeared to be distressed, malnourished and unclean.

The couple, a man and a woman who can’t be named for legal reasons, are aged 23 and 26 and featured on the show earlier this year.

The Coventry Telegraph reports that the babies are the biological children of the woman.

After the family departed, concerned studio workers contacted police, with officers and social welfare representatives calling around to the parents the following day.

There, the couple were arrested on suspicion of child neglect.

A court this week heard that although both adults are noticeably overweight, the children – both of whom are under two years – were close-to starving.

Staff on the Jeremy Kyle show furthermore explained that one child had a bruised face and both seemed “unresponsive, emotionally vacant, dirty and unkempt”.

When authorities visited the house they said the property was cold, dirty clothes were strewn around and there were faeces stains on the carpets.

Upon seeing the police, their mother, who was 34 weeks’ pregnant at the time, immediately disappeared upstairs and was found changing the nappy of the older child.

His legs and feet were caked in faeces and she was trying to clean him using baby wipes.

The youngsters have since made significant progress and have put on a significant amount of weight. They are currently living with adoptive parents.

The judge presiding over the case this week praised the “conscientious” Jeremy Kyle show staff.

Addressing the defendants the judge also said: “Your home was visited and was found to be, quite frankly, disgusting.

“The two children were not properly clothed, you had let them get too cold, you hadn’t fed them properly and you hadn’t washed them.

He also warned: “Should you have any more children the first people in your home will be Coventry social services.”

At Coventry Crown Court on Tuesday both defendants were each jailed for 12 months, suspended for two years, and given 18 months’ supervision.

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