A teenager has been sentenced for an “appalling” attack in a violent row following an N-Dubz gig in Norwich.

Mia Randall, 19, repeatedly punched another woman to the head and kicked and stamped on her as she lay on the floor.

Norwich Magistrates’ Court was told it followed an argument over transport home following the concert by the chart-topping UK hip hop collective, fronted by Dappy, Tulisa and Fazer, last August.  

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Colette Harper, prosecuting, said the "sustained" attack had been captured on CCTV and had left the victim needing to be taken to A&E at hospital.

In a statement read in court the victim, who was a friend of Randall, said she had suffered constant headaches, dizziness and concussion.  

Randall, who lives in Norwich, appeared to be sentenced after previously pleading guilty to assault in December. 

The court was told she had 22 previous offences including 19 for offences against the person. 

Julie Adams, mitigating, said the attack had been sparked by comments made about her daughter during the dispute over how to get home after the gig.  

“That had upset her and she’d also had a lot to drink,” she added.

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She had been struggling and living in a hostel at the time but was now in stable accommodation, rarely drinks, and is looking to re-take her GCSEs, said Ms Adams. 

Magistrates sentenced her to an 18 month community order for the “appalling” attack, including 25 rehabilitation days and an alcohol monitoring tag. 

She was also ordered to pay fines and costs of £314 to £100 compensation to her victim.  

“You were very close to going into custody and you will if you offend again, let that sink in,” they told her.