A JEALOUS thug who viciously assaulted his ex-lover later sent pictures of her injured face and bragged about the horror attack.

Jordan Bowrman, 23, attacked his partner on various occasions between November 2019 and April 2020.

Bowrman left the mum-of-one with cuts, bumps and bruises amid claims she was seeing a 16-year-old boy.

The attacker later sent him a picture message of his injured victim, which said: “Ha ha she enjoyed getting her c*** punched in.”

In a later incident, Bowrman pursued her in his car before ramming her vehicle twice while a child was inside.

Bowrman pleaded guilty yesterday at Glasgow Sheriff Court to engaging in a course of conduct which was the abuse of a partner or ex-partner.

He also admitted dangerous driving as well as breaching a non-harassment order and bail conditions.

The court heard the pair were together for four years and split in September 2019.

Bowrman showed up to his ex-partner's home in Baillieston in November and made various accusations.

Prosecutor Mark Allan told the court an enraged Bowrman punched and kicked her face and body.

Bowrman then made the claim that she was seeing the teenager and took a picture of her.

He attacked her in a similar manner again and she was left with cuts and bumps on her face.

Bowrman contacted the teenager meantime saying: “I will see you soon mate, you’re getting it, I’m going to smash your c*** in you wee p****.”

Mr Allan said: “He then received a photo of his victim who appeared bruised to her right eye.

“That together with a message said ‘Ha ha she enjoyed getting her c*** punched in mad slag’.”

In February this year, Bowrman breached an order not to contact his ex-partner by turning up at her home.

He punched the 24-year-old on the face bursting her lip and she fled the scene in her car.

The victim, who had a child in the car, was later tracked by Bowrman who reversed his car into her car on Glasgow Road, Baillieston.

He followed her to nearby Garrowhill before ramming her car again.

Bowrman went on to assault her for the last time in April leaving her bruised after being punched.

Bowrman later told her mother that her daughter was a “slag” and was going to get raped by a friend of two people they knew.

Sheriff Ian Fleming deferred sentence until next month for background reports.

Bowrman, who appeared from custody, had his remand continued meantime.