Prosecutor Mr Gavin Pottinger told the court: 'He is particularly vulnerable and this was a sustained assault.'He thought Miss Williams was in a relationship with him, but when he arrived she locked the door behind him and said: 'You're going to die today.''He could hear Miss Williams on the phone to friends saying she was going to kill someone and he was hit by her with a pole that caused bleeding and loss of consciousness.'Further threats were made and he was dragged from the lounge to the bathroom by Miss Williams, stripped and made to get into the bath and remained there until he felt cold.'His head was pushed under the water and an electric drill was also taken into the bathroom and brandished by Miss Williams, who kept turning it on and off, revving it.'He was throttled with the electrical cord of some hair straighteners by Miss Williams.' His blood was found on Williams' shoes and on Springer's clothing.The innocent victim said he was still having nightmares about the incident two months after the attack and felt nervous when leaving his home.He was then lured to her flat in Battersea when Williams and mum-of-two Paige Springer carried out their savage attack.
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Mr Liddell was only saved from his savage attack after an unexpected visitor saw the bloody victim, and despite the pair's best efforts to block his view, called 999.
Mr Liddell suffered a lacerated forearm, a cut to his left eye, plus cuts, scrapes and bruising to other parts of his body.
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