18 months to have struck the lover of his girlfriend

News 27 March, 2018
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    Jason Gérussi, guilty

    Caroline Lepage

    Tuesday, 27 march 2018 20:55

    Tuesday, 27 march 2018 20:55

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    SHERBROOKE | A man a cuckold will spend 18 months in jail for having taken two violent punches to the lover of his girlfriend, which left permanent scars.

    Jason Gérussi pleaded guilty to committing aggravated assault.

    On the morning of 12 August, Gérussi has pointed to 5 pm at the home of a friend, located in Sherbrooke.

    As nobody answered, Mr. Gérussi came in and was looking for his wife. He then surprised her lover naked as a worm sticking out of the chamber in which was lying his girlfriend.

    According to the judge, the accused was angry and gave two blows of a fist of a rare violence to the defenceless man.

    “The victim was located peacefully in a residential location private and she was in the right to expect not to be attacked like that.”, he decided.

    Fractures to the face

    The 43-year-old has been sentenced to 18 months in prison for causing permanent scars to his rival, a slight deformities of the face and loss of vision partial.

    “This is serious,” commented the judge of the superior Court Charles Ouellet, when he has delivered his verdict on the 1st of march last, at the courthouse of Sherbrooke.

    As soon as the first punch, the lover of 40 years said to be collapsed.

    “I was stunned stiff. My face broke out. I no longer really aware of anything, ” says the victim.

    New couple

    Subsequently, the man went to the hospital, where he was operated on for his fracture to the face. He had pain unbearable.

    “I still think about every day “, expresses he.

    For six weeks, he ate only soup. He could not blow his nose without causing bleeding intense.

    As it is now in a relationship with the woman with whom he had been surprised, the victim feared Mr. Gérussi when he gets out of prison.

    The judge therefore made an order prohibiting all contact between the new spouse and the accused.