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By Nick Enoch for MailOnline. A young couple were punched, kicked and burned in a terrifying revenge attack by a family armed with a knuckleduster, and a knife hidden in a tube of Smarties. Zoe repeatedly kicked and punched the woman - while her father Barry Maitland, 52, used a knuckleduster on his daughter's former partner and also placed a lit cigar on his face, at a house in Kirkwall, Orkney, a court heard.
Both victims said their mobile phones were taken from them and they were told their fingers would be broken if they tried to get them back. They were also warned they couldn't leave - which legally constitutes abduction. Three of the four - Zoe, her stepmother Charmaine Sylvia Jane Maitland, 42, and Christopher Baird, 25 - admitted assault and abduction charges at an earlier hearing. Zoe Maitland above , 21, burst into a house in Kirkwall, Orkney - with members of her family - and kicked and punched the woman living with her ex in a terrifying revenge attack, a court heard.
She is due to be sentenced for the assault. Barry Maitland was later unanimously convicted of the same charges after a five-day trial at Kirkwall Sheriff Court, Orkney. They will all be sentenced at Wick Sheriff Court next month. Charmaine was also involved in the 'petrifying' assault, as well as her stepdaughter's friend Christopher Baird.
All four arrived at the home which Zoe had shared on Orkney, north of mainland Scotland, with her ex until he ended their three-year relationship. During the night-time attack, Zoe's father Barry Maitland left , 52, used a knuckleduster on his daughter's former partner and also placed a lit cigar on his face, a court heard. Zoe's friend Christoper Baird right , 25, admitted forcing his way into the house and holding her ex against his will, forcing him to the ground and punching him on the head and body.
Mr Maitland, from Aberdeen, placed a lit cigar on the face of his daughter's ex, and produced a long-bladed knife from a large Smarties tube, the court heard in evidence. The victims, a couple from Kirkwall, said Maitland had arrived unexpectedly at the house on the night of April Both told of their alarm when Maitland had produced a long-bladed knife from a large Smarties tube.