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Justine Henshaw-Bryan, 25, used ‘car as a weapon’ after Damien Doughty confronted her about using phone while driving

A still from CCTV footage showing motorist Justine Henshaw-Bryan ploughing into a cyclist in Stoke Newington.
A still from CCTV footage showing motorist Justine Henshaw-Bryan ploughing into a cyclist in Stoke Newington. Photograph: Metropolitan police/PA

A motorist who chased and ploughed into a cyclist, sending him flying into a tree, has been jailed for three years.

Justine Henshaw-Bryan rammed a Ford Fiesta into Damien Doughty on 10 February last year in north London after he confronted her for using a mobile phone while driving.

Henshaw-Bryan, 25, of Hackney, east London was found guilty of causing serious injury by dangerous driving at Wood Green crown court.

Sentencing, Judge Gregory Perrins told Henshaw-Bryan her actions could have killed Doughty and that she must have been aware of the risk her dangerous driving presented to him.

Justine Henshaw-Bryan, 25, of Hackney, east London.
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Justine Henshaw-Bryan, 25, of Hackney, east London. Photograph: Metropolitan police/PA

“This was a calculated attempt to run him over and use your car as a weapon,” Perrins continued. “It would have been obvious that to do so would have carried significant risk of injury” to Doughty.

He added: “Those who are unable to control their temper while driving and feel that cyclists are fair game must be dealt with severely.”

As well as being jailed for three years, Henshaw-Bryan, who is due to give birth in November, was banned from driving for four and half years and given six penalty points.

The court heard how she and Doughty nearly collided on Stoke Newington High Street in north London when she pulled out in front of the cycle courier while using her phone.

Doughty, 38, confronted Henshaw-Bryan over her use of the phone, to which she shouted at him and told him to “fuck off”, the court heard. Angry by the exchange, in response he kicked her wing mirror when they met at the next set of lights.

She then chased him down and while on Victorian Grove used the vehicle to send him careering into a tree, before driving off.

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The court heard how Doughty was left with a number of injuries including a serious one to his liver, and spent two weeks in hospital, three days of which were in intensive care.

Driving with her then boyfriend in the car, she claimed he had told her to follow Doughty, and it was him who had grabbed the wheel and aimed the vehicle at the cyclist. Her boyfriend denied this in evidence to the court.

Perrins said that despite hearing she had been a victim of domestic violence while in the relationship, he did not accept Henshaw-Bryan was frightened of her then boyfriend.

The judge told her she must have been angry and confrontational as she was prepared to tell Doughty to “fuck off”, before pursuing him at speed.
In the dock, Henshaw-Bryan appeared tearful and could be seen looking over to her family who were sitting in the public gallery.

As she was taken to the cells after her sentencing, she shouted out “I love you Mummy, I love you Daddy”, and blew kisses towards them. Henshaw-Bryan is a carer for her mother and helps her with “daily basic care needs”, the court heard.

Perrins said he accepted the sentence would have an impact on her mother but that was Henshaw-Bryan’s fault and “no one else’s”.

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