A young Hull mum was seriously injured after she was 'spiked' and attacked with a Nokia mobile phone by a man who followed her home from a night out in the city centre.

Blaze Jessop, 19, suffered a broken eye socket and a broken cheek bone, in the alleged attack which has let her traumatised.

Blaze, who has an 18-month-old daughter, was out for a couple of drinks in Hull's Old Town with her older sister on Friday (November 26), when the night took a sinister turn.

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While out in a city centre bar, Blaze said a woman came up to her and pointed at a group of men and said "watch out for them - I just get a strange vibe".

Blaze then suddenly began vomiting and claims she was "thrown out" of the bar by bouncers. The 19-year-old claims it was the first time she has been sick while on a night out and knew something wasn't quite right.

Blaze and her sister managed to get a taxi to her sister's home in Belmont Street, and informed their mum Carrie Jessop that they were back safe.

Concerned mother-of-seven, Carrie said: "They got home and were telling me they loved me - the usually fluffy mood after a night out, and the next thing you know, the phone just went blank and went off. I was terrified.

Blaze Jessop and her elder sister show brutal bruises after claiming they were attacked by a man who was 'pointing at girls' in a Hull bar before 'spiking them'
Blaze Jessop and her elder sister show brutal bruises after claiming they were attacked by a man who was 'pointing at girls' in a Hull bar before 'spiking them'

"I later tried to get in touch with them but their phones had died."

Blaze claims a man let himself into the home while they were chatting to their mum at around 2.20am and said, "what now girls".

Startled by the stranger the pair "shoved him" out of the house before a brawl began in the street.

Carrie, who lives in Hessle Road, claims her daughters were "almost beaten to death" after being attacked by the man.

Two siblings were out in Hull on Saturday November 27 trying to have some fun, but now will 'never go out again'
Two siblings were out in Hull on Saturday November 27 trying to have some fun, but now will 'never go out again'

Blaze said: "The man hit me with a Nokia phone and beat me up. I now have a broken eye socket, broken cheek bone, shattered nose, shatter thumb and two black eyes."

Mum Carrie also claims Blaze's sister, who does not want to be named, "smacked her head on the street and had concussion."

Carrie said: "The girls screamed so loud that the neighbours heard them. If they hadn't then the neighbours wouldn't have called an ambulance to take them to hospital.

"My girls are only 5ft 4ins and about eight stone so they are only tiny. He almost beat them to death. They told me that people came out of their homes into the street to try and stop it.

"My eldest daughter told me today that she knows she can just tell she had been spiked. She said two days later, her pupils are really small and she has been having nose bleeds."

Blaze's elder sister faced concussion and injuries to the face and body after the pair were 'spiked and attacked' while out in Hull
Blaze's elder sister faced concussion and injuries to the face and body after the pair were 'spiked and attacked' while out in Hull

The following day, the "devastated" family were unsure what had happened so went back to the Old Town bar from the night before.

Blaze said: "We saw the CCTV evidence from the Saturday night and saw the attacker straight away."

Blaze, 19, now has seven injuries and is left 'terrified' from the night out
Blaze, 19, now has seven injuries and is left 'terrified' from the night out

Humberside Police are currently investigation the claims.

A force spokeswoman said: "We are in the early stages of investigating an alleged assault of a woman on Belmont Street in Hull.

"The incident took place at around 2am on Saturday November 27.

"It is reported that a man joined the victim and another woman in a taxi from Hull city centre to Belmont Street. After they arrived it is reported that a disturbance took place and the man assaulted the woman.

"Officers attended at the scene on Saturday morning and supported those involved, making sure they were safe and at no further risk. The suspect had fled the scene.

"The investigation will look to establish the full circumstances of the incident and anyone who can assist with our enquiries is asked to call our non-emergency number 101 quoting reference 16/116889/21."

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