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Karl Soames, 26, fractured his partner’s eye socket at their Notting Hill home during a domestic argument on August 25, 2019.
Soames, from Notting Hill, admitted grievous bodily harm at Isleworth Crown Court.
He was sentenced to eight months behind bars by Judge Simon Davis on Wednesday, but could be released within weeks after serving three and a half months on remand at HMP Wandsworth.
The August 2019 attack came just three months after he cut his former lover’s hair while putting her through a terrifying ordeal inside his central London home, during which he whipped her with a coat hanger, punched her in the head with a metal pole and made it. she cleans up dog feces.
Soames also threatened to rape and murder her if she tried to escape from him, before calling a relative of hers to brag about the torment he had inflicted on her.
Karl Soames 26, fractured his partner’s eye socket at their Notting Hill home during a domestic argument on August 25, 2019.
But at sentencing for the second attack on Wednesday, in which his mistress was hospitalized, Soames insisted he had “learned his lesson” while his lawyer told the court he has a “bright future” in the industry. music.
Judge Davis, in sentencing Soames, said: ‘You can take it on board or throw it away.
‘Are you going to continue beating up women and use all that cowardly, harassing nature, are you going to think and act like that, or are you going to use the talents you have in music or modeling to build?
‘The first route will destroy and the second will build.
‘If you haven’t heard, as you should, there are very few people sitting next to you in Wandsworth Prison today who have your gifts.
‘Those who have those opportunities will waste them as you may do if you continue to beat women.
‘If you have changed, then you will use those gifts to build, and if you haven’t changed, you won’t.
‘You might sometimes find that it’s more complicated than what I just laid out, but it really comes down to: Am I going to learn and change, or am I going to persist?’
He added: ‘There will be in each of those environments where you can show your gifts, in music or modeling, there will be a greater tendency to drop like a tonne of bricks, because it is no longer tolerable.
‘It should never have been tolerable, but in recent times we are discovering how common it is.
Judge Davis replied: ‘I hope so.
‘If you haven’t, these sentences are going to change, Mr Soames, because my experience since 1976 is that people like you climb the ladder in the way they behave towards women because they think they’re getting away with it.
“You hit this victim in the eye, she got up and left and was hospitalized.”
Judge Davis jailed Soames for eight months, but now he could be released in a few weeks because he served three and a half months on remand at HMP Wandsworth.
Soames’s mother then spoke to the judge, who said, “It’s very good to stay away from all men and all women until you find the person you want to spend your life with.”
Soames was jailed for three years in 2020 after he pinned a woman to the ground and threatened to drive a metal pole into her.
Begging for her life, she submitted to Soames’s vicious demands and ate dog hair while he poured hot water on her head.
The former Asos and Adidas model caught the woman at her Notting Hill home on May 9, 2019.
Soames cut off her hair and stabbed her with scissors before calling a relative of hers to brag about what he had done.
He also whipped her with a coat hanger, hit her head with a marble mallet and a metal bar, and forced her to clean up dog feces.
Soames threatened to rape and murder the woman if she tried to escape from him.
The next morning he made her wear a headscarf to hide her injuries and ordered her to leave the house to complete an errand.
But the victim fled and police were called.
Soames was released from the three year sentence last year but then taken back into custody for fracturing his ex-girlfriend’s eye socket.
Examples of Soames’ modeling work can be found online. He can be seen working in Barcelona with his twin brother Archie in a short Asos commercial.
Footage on YouTube entitled ‘Making Model Moves’ describes the brothers as ‘part of a new generation of models putting Kenya on the international fashion map’ and says the pair have modeled for Vivienne Westwood, Adidas, Asos, Native Youth and others’.
Instagram features an Asos clip showing the brothers modeling in Barcelona.