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Dartford: Anita Sillick injured in suspected homophobic attack in Temple Hill

By Ed McConnell

A woman was seriously assaulted outside her own home in an unprovoked assault.

Anita Sillick — who is a prominent member of the local community in Temple Hill, Dartford — suffered a broken tooth, cut lip and bruising during the attack.

Police were called to Keyes Road at 9.40pm on Monday.

Police stopped the car at 11pm on the A2. Stock picture.
Police stopped the car at 11pm on the A2. Stock picture.

Miss Sillick alleged the attacker kicked her while she was on the ground and used homophobic language towards her, making her think her sexuality was the motive.

A 61-year-old man from Dartford has been arrested on suspicion of assault. He has since been released on bail until Wednesday, December 27.

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