A TEENAGER has been warned she faces jail after throwing a glass at a woman during a pub brawl.

Burnley Crown Court heard there was a 'history' between 18-year-old Sky Stamp and her victim Glenda Walsh in the months leading up to the fight in the Roebuck Inn in Rishton on May 17.

Stamp was caught on CCTV throwing the glass 'from a very short distance' which hit the victim on the head.

Defending, Bob Sastry said: "This complainant previously assaulted this defendant in February of this year.

"That was reported to the police. On the evening in question there was an incident in the toilets just before the assault where the complainant was being aggressive and intimidating towards the defendant in the toilets and grabbed her which precipitated the defendant acting the way she did which was the video showing her throw a drink.

"The video shows her exit the toilets.

"There is a drink thrown onto the back of the complainant.

"It then shows the complainant punching or grabbing the defendant round the neck area at which point the glass which had been in the defendant's hand appears to be released and it hits the complainant on the head from a very short distance away."

Mr Sastry said he would be applying for a pre-sentence report to be prepared for his client, who pleaded guilty to assault occasioning actual bodily harm.

Judge Sara Dodd adjourned the case until August 27 for the preparation of a pre-sentence report.

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Stamp, of Glebe Street, Great Harwood, was given conditional bail not to contact her victim or go within 100 metres of the Roebuck Inn, High Street, Rishton.

Judge Dodd said: "I am not going to deal with you today. I will not be the judge who sentences you on the next occasion. To assist the judge on that occasion I am asking for a pre-sentence report is done by the probation service about you.

"The fact I am granting you bail on the same terms and that I am ordering a pre-sentence report should not be seen as an indication of what your sentence will be.

"All sentencing options will clearly be open to the judge on the next occasion."