Heiress to Butlin's fortune, 23, is banned from pubs after smashing a glass in her friend's face

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Heiress to Butlin’s fortune, 23, is banned from pubs and bars after smashing a glass in her friend’s face on a night out having downed half a bottle of vodka

  • Sacha Butlin, 23, hit Thomas Henry Le Vavasseur Dit Durell, 25, with a glass
  • Mr Durell will be left with a life-long scar after the glass caused deep wounds
  • Butlin admitted grave and criminal assault and three counts of common assault
  • She was sentenced to 24 hours community service and banned from pubs

The granddaughter of the Butlin’s holiday camp founder has been banned from pubs and bars on the island of Jersey after smashing a glass in her friend’s face.

Sacha Butlin, 23, hit Thomas Henry Le Vavasseur Dit Durell, 25, with the glass after drinking half a bottle of vodka during a night out at a club in St Helier, Jersey.

The island’s Royal Court heard she kicked towards Mr Durell’s girlfriend Laura de Gruchy, 22, slapped her in the face, shouted abuse and flicked her middle finger during the attack on March 8 last year, reported The Sun.

She went on to punch adult website model Kayla Bulstrode, 23, in the face so hard she was left with a nosebleed.

Sacha Butlin (pictured), 23, hit Thomas Henry Le Vavasseur Dit Durell, 25, with the glass after drinking half a bottle of vodka during a night out at a club in St Helier, Jersey

Sacha Butlin (pictured), 23, hit Thomas Henry Le Vavasseur Dit Durell, 25, with the glass after drinking half a bottle of vodka during a night out at a club in St Helier, Jersey

The island's Royal Court heard she kicked towards Mr Durell's girlfriend Laura de Gruchy (the couple are pictured together), 22

The island’s Royal Court heard she kicked towards Mr Durell’s girlfriend Laura de Gruchy (the couple are pictured together), 22

After the trial, Ms Bulstrode said: ‘I don’t want to say much on this matter but I will say this .. Although this is not originally the outcome I hoped for I believe actually now in some ways this result is better.

‘Thank you to everyone who has supported us over the last 13 months, it’s nice to know the vast majority are on our side. Time to move on.’ 

Butlin, the heiress to the Butlin’s fortune, tried to leave the nightclub shortly before 2pm but was stopped by security.

While Mr Durell was in a sideroom being treated for three deep wounds above his left eye, Butlin told police ‘I didn’t do anything’. 

The court was told Butlin was seen with blood on her hands.

Butlin went on to punch adult website model Kayla Bulstrode (pictured), 23, in the face so hard she was left with a nosebleed

Butlin went on to punch adult website model Kayla Bulstrode (pictured), 23, in the face so hard she was left with a nosebleed

After the trial, Ms Bulstrode said: 'I don’t want to say much on this matter but I will say this .. Although this is not originally the outcome I hoped for I believe actually now in some ways this result is better'

After the trial, Ms Bulstrode said: ‘I don’t want to say much on this matter but I will say this .. Although this is not originally the outcome I hoped for I believe actually now in some ways this result is better’

Billy Butlin's (pictured) holiday empire was sold to an American company in 1972 for £40million

Billy Butlin’s (pictured) holiday empire was sold to an American company in 1972 for £40million

Prosecutor Julian Gollop said the attack was unprovoked and Butlin, a high-end estate agent, admitted grave and criminal assault and three counts of common assault.

Advocate David Steenson, mitigating, said his client had not realised she was holding a glass when she lashed out.

Butlin was sentenced to 24 hours community service, banned from pubs and bars on the island for a year and given a five-year restraining order. She must also pay her victims a total of £3,100 compensation.

Billy Butlin’s holiday empire was sold to an American company in 1972 for £40million.

Butlin’s declined to comment.  

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