Mum of drunk yob caged for racist attack on Wetherspoons bouncer also convicted of booze-fuelled assault on pub landlord

THE mum of a yob jailed for racially abusing a Wetherspoons bouncer was also convicted of a boozy attack on a pub landlord.

Sharna Walker, 25, called Tristan Price a “black c***” and a “f***ing n*****” after he refused her entry to a bar in Birmingham.

The thug wept on Monday as she was jailed for 14 weeks after admitting racially aggravated assault and criminal damage.

The Sun Online can now reveal Walker's mum Donette Croft, 45, carried out her own savage attack in November 2019.

She was out for her other daughter's 18th birthday at the Royal Exchange pub in Worcester when she launched into the assault.

Croft, who had necked six pints, toppled a table and punched Terry Clarke in the face and chest before being apprehended by an off-duty cop.

The mum was spared jail after admitting assault and was instead ordered to pay £347 in fines and costs.

She was pictured supporting her daughter Walker at Birmingham Magistrates' Court this week where she was jailed.

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Raging Walker was also banned from the Figure of Eight bar for two years.

A shocking video showed Walker pushing tables and furniture after she was booted out of the pub.

She then began screaming at Mr Price for her bag as stunned onlookers watched on.

Walker could be heard yelling: “Where the f*** is my bag moron, where is my bag.”

She then subjected the doorman to a slew of racist abuse before spitting on him.

The court heard how Mr Price was left "absolutely disgusted" by the attack outside the pub on May 22.

The doorman added in a victim impact statement: "This incident made me feel very small and worthless and embarrassed. I was very uncomfortable at work afterwards and felt like other people witnessing the incident were staring at me.

"I was so upset, I shared the footage on social media on Instagram."

The bouncer actually withdrew his support for the prosecution case as he did not want to ruin Walker's life, it was said.

Sentencing, Judge John Bristow said: "The abhorrent language you used clearly demonstrated hostility towards Mr Price based on his membership, or presumed membership, of a particular racial group.

“This was shocking language which has no place in the United Kingdom and any right-thinking member of the community would be completely appalled by it.”

Croft refused to comment when approached by The Sun Online.

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