Derby player Louie Sibley shares bloodied picture of girlfriend after she was 'beaten unconscious by man on night out' 2 months ago

Derby player Louie Sibley shares bloodied picture of girlfriend after she was 'beaten unconscious by man on night out'

'This coward of a man attacked such an innocent girl'

Derby County footballer Louise Sibley has shared horrific pictures of his bloodied girlfriend after she was beaten unconscious by a man and a woman on a night out.


The 20-year-old midfielder has launched a manhunt after Keeley Carter was battered on Nottingham's Upper Parliament Street around 2am on Sunday.

Sibley shared pictures of Carter's bloodied face along with CCTV images on Twitter, as he called for the public's help to identify the "cowards" who attacked her "several times".

He said Carter ended up in hospital and "had to have stitches due to the man, who punched her and knocked her out, leaving her unconscious".


“This coward of a man attacked such an innocent girl," Sibley wrote on Twitter.

He went on to detail how the man had "dragged" Carter to the ground, prior to hitting her, and "slammed her up the wall".

“After doing that, when she wasn't looking he then smacked her, leaving her unconscious," Sibley wrote.


The woman the man was with was "continuously attempting to assault her, even attacking her when the man dragged her to the floor", he said.

The man and the woman were said to have run after Carter became unconscious.

"This was an unprovoked attack, which was recorded and is now under police investigations. Both of them need to be found," Sibley wrote.


He urged his Twitter followers and team supporters to share his appeal, questioning how a "grown man" can attack a "girl like this and get away with it". Debry County re-tweeted his post.

"Please share this and if anyone has any information it would be much appreciated.

"Let's make sure this doesn't happen again."

England U20 international Sibley made 28 appearances for The Rams last season under the guidance of Wayne Rooney.

His team said today: "This is horrible to hear. "Hopefully her recovery is a quick one and her attackers are brought to justice."


Chief Inspector Amy English, of Nottinghamshire Police, said the force is investigation reports of an incident "in which a woman was allegedly assaulted in Nottingham city centre" and said it was "extremely important" that anyone who witnessed what happened get in touch.

English said police inquiries are "still ongoing".

Anyone with information is asked to contact the force on101, quoting incident 86 of June 12, 2022, or call Crimestoppers, anonymously, on 0800 555 111.

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