Woman's horrific injuries after 2 female thugs attack her outside Walkabout bar and scratch her chest with acrylic nails

A WOMAN has told of her horrific injuries after being attacked by two female thugs outside a Walkabout bar in Birmingham.

Isabel Chrestien, 22, claims she was set upon by the pair while enjoying a night out with pals on October 21.

She says she was savagely clawed by one of the women wearing acrylic nails – who then cruelly put a cigarette out in her drink.

Shocking images show Isabel with a bloodied nose, split lip, cut knees and scratches across her chest after she was mauled by the thug sporting long talons.

The alleged attackers also "pushed" the student and "punched" her in the mouth outside the sports bar on Broad Street.

West Midlands Police confirmed they are investigating the incident and have appealed for witnesses.

Isabel told Birmingham Mail: "I was pushed and punched in the mouth.

"The other girl scratched at my chest with her acrylic nails and put out a cigarette in my drink.

"I had cuts and bruises all over my body and I’m still in pain. I still can’t drink anything hot."

The marketing management student said another clubgoer who tried to intervene in the attack was also punched by the vile pair.

A terrified Isabel was so traumatised by the incident, she packed her bags and left her university accommodation in Selly Oak the following day.

But she has now been hounded by her unsympathetic landlords who demanded she stumps up £433 in unpaid rent.

Despite cops advising her to leave the premises, the 22-year-old says she has received a letter from the owners threatening legal action.

Isabel, from Kent, entered into an agreement for the property listing her parents as guarantors.

Lettings agency Easy Lettings said they are simply acting as a "middleman" between Isabel and the landlord, whose details are confidential.

She fumed: "I told them I’m scared for my life to be there. They told me, 'you don’t have to live there, you just have to pay the rent'.

"They just don’t seem to care, they’ve just told me it’s my responsibility. Surely they have a duty to ensure our safety?"

A spokesman for Easy Lettings stressed: "This is a civil matter and we are the third party. It is not us, we are a middle man for both.

"The police should be involved and she needs to contact a legal advisor. The landlord has a mortgage to pay, too."

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