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Thug threatens to behead terrified girlfriend and bury her corpse in the garden in harrowing recording of domestic abuse

A HARROWING clip shows a young woman’s horrific abuse at the hands of her partner – who threatens to BURY her.

Brave Jodie Tague, 30, recorded the attack as part of her secret plan to get evidence of the abuse boyfriend William Morton was inflicting her to.

Jodie’s foresight in recording her abuse meant her boyfriend was locked up
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In the recording, Jodie can be heard crying: “get off me, get off me” as evil Morton spits at her and chillingly threatens:

“I’ll f*****g hit you in the f*****g head, I’ll f*****g bury you, is that what you want?

“I’ll f*****g cut your throat and I’ll f*****g cut your head off and I’ll put you in our f*****g garage.”

The 36 minute long recording was vital evidence in police securing a conviction against 30-year-old Morton – and eventually led to him being jailed for nine months and receiving an indefinite restraining order.

Thug Morton was sent down for nine months and received a restraining order
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Jodie, who lives in Barry Island, has since given birth to a healthy baby
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In other horrendous incidents, Morton chased Jodie with a knife, and dropped her repeatedly on the floor when she was pregnant with his child.

Jodie, who runs her own gift shop, met Morton on dating app Tinder in March last year, but soon alarm bells were ringing over his controlling behaviour.

In a video, Jodie encouraged other victims of domestic abuse to report their abuser to the police
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Jodie said: “He would drink more or less every night.

“He was controlling with my friends, especially the male ones – he would not like me talking to them.

“I had to stop talking to certain people.”

Pregnant Jodie’s ordeal only began to end after she bravely confided in a doctor and her midwife about the horrific abuse she had been subject to.

She said: “The midwife said that if I was strong enough that I should go to the police station on my way home.

“I actually did.

“I left the hospital and went straight to Barry police station.”

Despite the abuse, Jodie went on to deliver a healthy baby, and paid tribute to the police who handled her case.

“They helped me feel I can go and get the support I need.

“To other women I would say keep as much evidence as you can.

“Go to the police – they don’t have to act there and then but can keep the evidence for you.”

The Sun revealed earlier this month that cops are dropping almost 500 cases of domestic violence a month because terrified victims are withdrawing their evidence.

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