Big Fat Gypsy Wedding star Paddy Doherty’s son is left with a ‘bleed on the brain’ after ‘muggers tried to steal his watch and diamond ring’
- Celebrity Big Brother winner said ‘mugging’ happened in Llangefni, Anglesey
- Gang was unable to take his son’s diamond ring because his finger had swollen
- North Wales police confirmed they were called to an incident of ‘public disorder’
Big Fat Gypsy Wedding star Paddy Doherty has claimed his son has been left with a bleed on the brain after he was allegedly attacked at a Welsh pub.
The Celebrity Big Brother winner said the gang took his son’s watch and tried to take his diamond ring, but they couldn’t get it off his swollen finger.
The alleged ‘mugging’ took place near the Market Vaults pub in Llangefni, Anglesey.
Doherty has not yet revealed which son was the subject of an attack, but his agent confirmed to MailOnline the incident did take place.
His son was rushed to a hospital trauma unit but has since been discharged. He is said to be ‘alright’ following the ordeal.
Paddy Doherty has claimed his son Simey has been attacked at the Market Vaults pub in Llangefni, Anglesey, and had to be taken to hospital
He said the gang took his son’s watch and tried to wrench a diamond ring off his finger
Doherty in the deleted Facebook video
Speaking in a Facebook video, that has since been deleted, Mr Doherty said: ‘He got mugged for his watch and a ring, a diamond ring and a watch, but they couldn’t get the ring off his finger as his fingers had swelled.
‘But they got his watch which you can always replace. You can always replace value, anything that has value you can replace, but you can’t replace life.’
He continued: ‘We thought I was going to lose my son. I give thanks and prayers to God, thanks God, for not taking my son. I am lucky to have my son back.’
‘Life is so short, enjoy it while you can.
‘Thank god, my Jesus, he was bleeding on the brain in three places, but he’s great now, thank God and I give thanks and prayers to God.’
The former bare-knuckle boxer expressed his disbelief over the attack saying ‘isn’t it a shame when you can’t wear jewellery’.
His son telephoned him from outside the pub after the attack, he said, and said he thought he was going to die.
North Wales Police confirmed that they were called to an incident of ‘public disorder’ near Market Vault Pubs at 9.40pm on Saturday, August 22.
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