The court heard Morris and Miss Smith did not get along and there had been a "degree of ill-feeling" prior to the incident. She now suffers from chronic dry eye problems and blurring of vision and has also given up modelling, having "lost her confidence".
Victoria Smith, 17, suffered burns, hair loss and temporary loss of sight when she was attacked by Rebecca Morris at a house party in Hull on 20 August. Related Topics. She was also given a four-year restraining order and banned from contacting Miss Smith directly or indirectly.
Shortly after she arrived, Morris threw a small cup of bleach at the model and shouted: "There's your shot of bleach instead of your shot of vodka. Hull Crown Court heard Morris hurled bleach at her while shouting: "That is for getting me kicked out of college. About sharing image captionVictoria Smith, who used the modelling name Toria Melody, attempted to take her own life after the attack An year-old woman who threw bleach into the face of an aspiring teenage model has been sentenced to 27 months in a young offenders' institution.
Josephine Martin aka 'French Fifi'  Soho, London Strangled with a silk stocking Her murder was linked to the murders of Jeanette Cotton, murdered in April,and of Constance Hind in May,who were also both strangled in their rooms. The teenager, who used the modelling name Toria Melody, was lured by Morris to the house party on the junction of Albert Avenue and Cobden Street. Miss Smith had complained to the college that both girls attended of harassment and bullying from Morris.