A woman who carved her name into her lover's arm during a drink and drug-fuelled fling has walked free from court.
Dominique Fisher, 22, of Roebuck Close, Blackburn, used a Stanley knife to write her name on 24-year-old Wayne Robinson's arm in a "drunken, drugged up atmosphere", Burnley Crown Court heard.
She was found guilty of one charge of unlawful wounding during a three-day trial at Preston Crown Court last month.
Mr Robinson woke at Fisher's home to find his body decorated with a star on his back, "Dominique" written on his upper right arm, and slash marks on his left arm and shoulder.

He told police he had drunk vodka and taken valium and was not awake during the incident on the night of June 14 last year.
Robinson told police he panicked when he woke up and took a taxi back to his home in Fleetwood, Lancashire. Fisher maintained during the trial that Robinson was aware of what she was doing.

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