Girl stabbed 11 times by jealous thug boyfriend after he made sick Google search

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A woman says her thuggish controlling boyfriend almost killed her when he stabbed her 11 times in a brutal attack after googling how to murder someone.

Cynthi Dolgeová had moved to Scarborough from the Czech Republic with her ex-partner, Jack Sutton, in 2021 where their relationship plummeted from the perfect pair to 'life-threatening.'

The two had first met in 2020 and Cynthi said things had been 'really nice' between the pair at first reports YorkshireLive.

However all of her friends were warning her his behaviour wasn't right and she was concerned he wouldn't want her to meet with friends or family and accused her of sleeping with other men.

The 23-year-old says she was forced to stop talking to her best friend because of her ex-partner and he would even check her knickers after she went out. Cynthi says she was too in love to see how his behaviour was wrong, adding: "I could never see it before but now thinking about, love is blind."

During summer 2021 Cynthi says she realised their relationship wasn't 'proper love' but they stayed together despite her niggling feelings. One week before the attack the couple split up and Cynthi moved into her best friend's house, Amy.

The ex-couple went for dinner together to 'talk about stuff' – but he took her ID without her realising at dinner because he knew she would need it.

Cynthi realised her ID was missing and asked her ex for it back – but she says he said he would meet her halfway with it and wanted to talk alone. This is when the horrific attack took place.

On December 10 last year Cynthi was stabbed 11 times by er ex-partner Jack who was sentenced to 16 years in prison with an extended licence period of four years after his conviction for attempted murder and possession of an offensive weapon.

Chillingly before his vicious act, Sutton had googled: "How many years do you get for killing someone?"

A kind-hearted neighbour and Amy shouted at Sutton to stop while phoning the police, but he continued.

Cynthi said: "I remember I didn't feel any pain I was just really scared – I realised what was happening when the knife got stuck in my ribs and he couldn't get it out. He was kicking my head like a ball. It was about eight minutes until the police came.

"I was lying on the floor and he was saying I'm going to kill you. All I could say at this point was chill out we will sort it out. He tried to get me up but he couldn't because I had been stabbed so he started beating me up again."

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Cynthi was taken to York hospital by police and a CT scan showed her lungs had partially collapsed and her liver had been punctured. Her injuries were classed as life-threatening and she was taken to Hull Royal Infirmary where her wounds were dressed and she was eventually discharged.

She said: "I'm proud of myself. For ages I couldn't look at myself in the mirror because the scars reminded me of him but now I can do something and tell people.

"I know he didn't do it because he hated me, he did it because he loved me so much and realised he was losing me but didn't want too.

"I'm lucky to be alive, the mental abuse and what he was doing to me wasn't normal. I feel like a lot of people know about domestic violence but the mental abuse you suffer is so much more, it hurts in a different way."

She has moved back to the Czech Republic to live with her family.

If you have been affected by issues of domestic violence or coercive control you can call Refuge's 24-Hour National Domestic Abuse Helpline for free. The number is 0808 2000 247

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