Model attacked cop after her menacing mutt mauled two people at Airbnb party

A "black-out" drunk influencer and model attacked a police officer after her dog bit two people during a "debauched" Airbnb party.

Holly Snelgar, who makes money through promotions on Instagram and TikTok, had rented a serviced apartment in the Northern Quarter of Manchester from Jennie Lawrenson in December 2021.

Ms Lawrenson and her partner were woken by noises at 4.30am. After seeing the door of the rented flat open, she noticed that it was a "mess2 and asked Snelgar and two male pals to leave.

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Then all hell broke loose and Snelgar's dog Kaiser, an English pit bull, bit Ms Lawrenson on three occasions as the 25-year-old model allegedly laughed.

Kaiser also bit Ms Lawrenson’s partner Myles Waldron and when the police were called Snelgar launched a foul mouthed tirade and kicked an officer, M.E.N reported.

As Ms Lawrenson stood in the doorway to the flat on the night in question, the dog moved towards her and bit her on the arm. She screamed out and Mr Waldron came to help, shouting "get that f***ing dog off her".

“None of the occupants did anything,” Ms Walden said. “Mr Waldron notes that Ms Snelgar was laughing.”

Mr Waldron was able to get the dog off his partner, but it then bit her again on the leg. They tried to lock the flat from the outside, but the dog got out and knocked Ms Lawrenson to the floor and continued to bite and scratch her.

It then bit Mr Waldron on the thigh.

Police were called and officers at the scene believed Snelgar was "extremely intoxicated".

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She had to be restrained as she tried to attack Ms Lawrenson and attempted to get back into the flat to retrieve her dog, Ms Walden said. When she was put in handcuffs, Snelgar told the officer: “Don’t f***ing handcuff me, who the f*** do you think you are? Get off me.”

She also kicked him to the leg and abdomen. In an interview with police, Snelgar told officers she had been "black-out" drunk at the time.

Ms Lawrenson was hospitalised for three days and suffered scratches, cuts and bite marks to both arms, her torso, shoulders and legs, and has scars. She said she and her partner "feared for our lives" and felt "terrorised".

Sentencing, Judge John Potter hit out at her "drunken and debauched" behaviour.

She received a two- year community order and was ordered to complete 125 hours of unpaid work, as well as 20 rehabilitation activity requirement days. The judge ordered Snelgar to pay Ms Lawrenson £300 in compensation and pay £200 to Mr Waldron.

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