Charity work keeps mother out of jail after child assault

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A charity worker who won an OBE for her work with Rwandan genocide survivors has been spared jail for assaulting a child after a judge said she had led ‘an exceptional life.’ Mary Blewitt OBE, 56, attacked her daughter Christina Blewitt, 24, and a young girl at her home in Earl’s Court, southwest London. She then crawled around the floor, accusing son Richard Blewitt of having ‘no balls’ and reached out for his genitals. District William Blake said: ‘It is…

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