Woman due in court after man loses eye in glass attack has charges against her dropped

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A woman who had been due to appear in court after a man lost his eye in alleged attack at a bar in Skegness has had the charges against her dropped.

Amy Coleman, 29, and of Mel Marshall Way, Wrangle, had been charged by police with wounding with intent following the incident at the Marine Boat House Bar on Saturday, February 25.

However, the charges have been discontinued by the Crown Prosecution Service and so she did not appear at Boston Magistrates’ Court on June 14.

A 33-year-old woman remains on bail for the offence with a return date of June 28.

Carl Benham, 30, lost his eye in the incident in which he claimed he was glassed.

Despite having over 140 stitches in his eye, nose and eyelid, one of this eyes could not be saved by the surgeons at Boston Pilgrim Hospital.

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