New details have revealed how a mum and daughter left a woman seriously injured following an “unprovoked violent” attack on New Year’s Eve.

Paula and Melissa Millard attacked their victim with glass in the toilets of the Harrow Inn, in Cheam High Street, on December 31, 2016.

She heard the two bickering before she said, “come on girls, it’s New Year’s Eve”, but was later left with serious injuries, according to senior crown prosecutor Jade Adenubi.

After revealing the details, she hopes the convictions will “provide some level of comfort” to the victim of the attack.

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Police were called to reports of a woman assaulted at around 11pm that night.

When they arrived the victim, aged in her 40s, was found suffering from multiple injuries after being attacked by the Millards.

She was then rushed to a west London hospital by emergency services for treatment following damage to both her face and wrist.

Paula Millard, 49, of Gander Green Lane, and Melissa Millard, 22, of Clarkes Avenue, were both found guilty of GBH at Croydon Crown Court on October 16.

They were later sentenced to five years in jail following a trial at the court last month.

Ms Adenubi, a senior crown prosecutor at CPS London South, said: “This was an unprovoked violent attack on someone who was simply enjoying a night out on New Year’s Eve.

“Melissa Millard and Paula Millard used a glass to attack the victim in the toilet of a pub after the victim heard them bickering, and said ‘come on girls it's New Year’s Eve’. The assault left the victim with serious injuries.

“I hope these convictions and resulting sentences provide some level of comfort to the victim.”