"The ground was wet and she was scraping her feet. Miss Smith was pulled into Haw's vehicle and he set off to his house.
"He was saying 'Why would you do this to me?' and she was repeating she had not done anything.
"Once in the basement he pushed her onto a mattress on the floor, put on an electric radiator, took her mobile phone and looked at messages between her and her ex, getting himself worked up."
The prosecutor told the hearing: "She says he ripped her pyjama top off and ripped her bra off. He began scrambling over her body, checking her for love bites. She was pleading with him to take her home.
"She has gone to grab her phone again and he hit her on the cheekbone so hard she has fallen back onto the bed."
Mrs Geldard said the defendant saw a message to the victim's ex and shouted: "You can f*** off" and as she tried to leave, the defendant grabbed her by the hair, pulled her down and banged her head on the radiator.
She got up and couldn't walk. Miss Smith then managed to get to the other side of the room and tried to get her phone. Haw pushed her hard onto the bed.
Miss Smith screamed, put her hand to her head and realised she was bleeding badly.
Mrs Geldard continued: "She was in sheer panic. She says she thought she was going to die she was bleeding that badly. She was terrified, at which point the defendant said he would take her to hospital.
"Before he took her, he tidied the room."
Keith Rennison, in mitigation, told the hearing Haw accepted the way he behaved throughout the relationship was totally unacceptable and he was extremely sorry for what he had done.
He had ADHD and problems with hyperactivity and dyslexia and at the time had not been on his ADHD medication as he found it left him " doped up" and unable to function or work.
He said: "He is not perhaps as mature as an ordinary 22-year-old and acted in a way that he would say is out of character."
Mr Rennison said the defendant was medically discharged from the Army after a motorbike accident.
He said: "This has been a wake-up call. He accepts what went on is thoroughly wrong and he is very apologetic. He realises he has a problem, particularly when relationships come to an end and it's something he needs to address."
Sentencing, bench chairman John James told the defendant the victim was vulnerable, she had been taken from her home forcibly and against her will and the assault was sustained.
He said: "We feel there was a significant degree of premeditation. There was also degradation of the victim. You removed her top clothing and her bra to look for love bites on her upper body."
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