Imagine a life in which your partner verbally abuses you every single day in front of your friends, your neighbors and finally, your kids. Imagine how hard it would be for those kids. Where would their mother stand in their eyes? Meet Natalie Allman, a mother of two kids, these are the things that she had to think about every day and an ordeal that she had to live through. She was beaten, tortured and molested for seven hours straight. Her neck was slashed, she was suffocated with a pillow and beaten with a dumbbell about the head and face.
Image Source: Google Image – Natalie Allman a week after she was attacked by her partner Jason Hughes
Jason Hughes, her ex-husband and a man who wore “the uniform,” got angry when he found out she was meeting someone else. This idea of her meeting someone else got him so angry that he attacked her before he “allowed” her to call an ambulance.
Image Source: Google Image – Police mug shot of Jason Hughes who attacked his partner Natalie Allman
Abigale Nixon, who was defending Hughes, justified his actions by saying that he was not “trying to kill her,” because if he was he would have done so since he was in the military previously.
“Hughes became violent in the last three years of our relationship after turning to alcohol; sometimes he even drank a liter of vodka a day or six liters of cider. We are the victims, not him. I thought he was going to kill me that night for no reason and my boys saw that. They were terrified. I am so angry that the law still defends his parental rights and that he is still being allowed to control us from behind bars. I could not believe it. I could end up being split up from my children and sent to prison when he was the one who attacked me. I am the one being treated like a criminal,” says Ms. Allman.
Image Source: Google Image – Natalie Allman who was tortured for seven hours in front of her twin sons has been forced to write to her attacker, or face the prospect of being sent to jail herself
Hughes now resides in prison, yet she is forced to write to him three times a year – she is aggravated that the law defends his parental rights after what he did to her. She has to write to him otherwise she could face a possible jail sentence for contempt. She was further instructed by the court to send him up-to-date pictures of their children and he is allowed to send them post cards on their birthday and other family holidays. The court has also told Ms. Allman to keep the letters received from her ex-husband so that the children may read them in the future.
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