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Southampton: Man convicted of assaulting woman in paternity dispute

A MAN attacked a woman after an argument about pregnancy and paternity.

Daniel Gzhivachevsky appeared before the court in January of this year after a series of criminal offenses.

The 24-year-old man harassed his victim between January 23 and 30, repeatedly making unwanted calls and appearing at her address.

  • The court heard that the attack was “unprovoked and totally unacceptable”.

    Then, on the same day, he attacked a female detective at Southampton Central Police Station.

    He appeared before Southampton Magistrates’ Court and pleaded guilty to one charge of assault with a blow, one charge of non-violent harassment and one charge of ordinary assault against an aid worker.

    Grzyachevsky, from Neva Road in Southampton, was sentenced to 12 weeks in prison.

    He was issued a restraining order preventing him from contacting his victim or visiting her address until March 2028.

    He was also ordered to pay an additional fee of £154 and legal costs of £620.

Author: Emily Liddell

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