A mother has released a distressing video of her being viciously beaten by her ex-boyfriend as she 'cowered in a corner and vomited blood'.
Rachel Whitehouse, 34, was filmed by Paul McEvoy as he launched a vicious attack on her and smashed up their home.
In the video, which McEvoy had taken so he could 'replay it again and again', Ms Whitehouse is mocked as she cries and says: 'You're going to prison'.
The mother-of-two can be heard screaming and sobbing in distress as she is hit by McEvoy in a drunken rage.
Ex-DJ McEvoy was jailed for two-and-a-half years after a friend of Ms Whitehouse alerted the police about the shocking video, according to The Mirror.
Brave Ms Whitehouse has since released the footage in order to help other women from being hurt who may be suffering in silence.
She says she was initially too scared to press charges against McEvoy for fear he could hurt her.
And the mother and her children, who are from a previous relationship, were moved to a secret address after McEvoy continued to torment her from prison.
Mother-of-two Rachel Whitehouse, 34, was filmed by Paul McEvoy as he launched a vicious attack on her as she cowered in a corner and vomited blood
Ms Whitehouse was beaten by McEvoy and was left with bruises. She has since released the footage in order to help other women from being hurt who may be suffering in silence
She told The Mirror: 'You can hear my screams, see him smashing up the house and hear me begging him to stop.
'I'd never forgive myself if a woman is killed because I didn't speak out.'
The horrific attack began when McEvoy had returned from a drinking bender with his friends and began to beat her in a drunken rage.
Ms Whitehouse told him to leave and then she phoned his mother, who lives in Blackpool, to warn her of the state he was in after he said he was going to stay with her.
She told The Mirror: 'He punched me in the face while I was talking to her. He went crazy, smashing up the house and hitting me.'
Ex-DJ McEvoy was jailed for two-and-a-half years after a friend of Ms Whitehouse alerted the police about the shocking video
McEvoy reportedly threw a television as Ms Whitehouse's head, and then phoned police to say: 'I think I've killed her'.
But when police arrived, Ms Whitehouse refused to press charges because she 'thought she loved him'.
McEvoy was jailed at Birmingham Crown Court in June for assault and also breaching his licence after a racially-aggravated assault on a police officer.
But since being locked away, McEvoy has continued to threaten the mother, including calling her 73 times in one day, telling her university she was dealing drugs and warning her people were 'watching the house'.
The mother and her children, who are from a previous relationship, were moved to a secret address after McEvoy continued to torment her from prison
The violent ex-boyfriend also shared intimate photos of Ms Whitehouse on social media.
Other possessive behavior throughout their relationship included putting CCTV in her house and smashing her phone and giving her a new one with a tracking device.
Ms Whitehouse also alleges he stood over her bed at night wielding a meat cleaver which he then held to her neck.
Since the violent behaviour, Ms Whitehouse is studying to become an advocate for domestic violence victims and is looking forward to Christmas.