Stephanie Davis reveals she has suffered stress-induced miscarriage in heartbreaking post

Danny Woods
August 12, 2017

Doctors have said it is down to the pressure and stress she has been under lately.

Jeremy McConnell could be facing time in jail after being found guilty of assaulting Ex-Hollyoaks star Stephanie Davis, who played Sinead O'Connor in Hollyoaks.

"I walked into that court with my head held high after he laughed and goaded me, and I continue to be strong, be a good mum to my son and if ANYTHING has come from my horrific ordeal, to help those who have been in my shoes and help give them the hope, that there is light at the end", she said.

Speaking to a packed courtroom in Liverpool Magistrates court, Judge Lloyd said: "Steph had a number of injuries that were entirely consistent with her evidence including a large bite mark to her arm. I thought, "this is it, he's going to kill me".

Last month, Jeremy claimed things had turned physical between them a second time, after he claimed to have discovered she had been smoking and drinking, while alleging she was pregnant for a second time. He was having, what I know and what Jeremy knows as, psychotic episodes. And what doesn't kill you makes you stronger!

Stephanie was not present at court for the sentencing, with her spokesperson saying: 'Stephanie won't be attending court again today as she will be busy with Caben.

Keen to show the reality star has a caring side, the lawyer went on to produce a letter from Jeremy's cousin, who described how the model helps care for a relative with autism, and "teaches him football". She also acknowledged that Jeremy and Steph briefly reconciled after the assault.

At a previous court appearance on 10 May, Jeremy pleaded guilty to a charge of criminal damage but denied assault by beating.

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"Stephanie now wishes to work with domestic violence and abuse charities to raise awareness and stop what has happened to her happening to other women in the United Kingdom".

"It may seem mad what's in the press and a lot not 100% true about me, to deal with it in real life and in the public eye has been soul destroying, but thankfully I'm here to tell the tale". I would like to Grieve for my child, find strength and move on.

"Thank you to domestic violence for helping me and building me back up".

This means he mustn't contact Stephanie directly or indirectly, apart from via the services outlined previously, and can't go to the street where she lives. He will be sentenced this Friday, and faces up to 26 weeks in prison.

The incident took place on March 10, and involved Jeremy throwing Stephanie "around like a rag doll".

"He was found guilty, for a reason", Stephanie wrote.

She told him: "If you get yourself into such a state then you have to accept responsibility for it".

Steph later confirmed the heartbreaking news in an emotional Instagram post, where she said the miscarriage had "broken her heart".

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