Christy Mack looks at her face sometimes -- the new one -- and tries to decide if she likes it better than her old one. There are differences. Her bright eyes used to be slightly more expressive. But the way her muscles healed after the attack, she now needs glasses. Her mouth has a different shape after so many teeth were broken.
Man caught in bed with War Machine's ex Christy Mack breaks his silence
War Machine: Ex Christy Mack Speaks Out on Beating | espacedelunconscient.com
After becoming a wanted man for a brutal assault on ex-girlfriend Christy Mack, Machine was launched in to the limelight. Instead, Koppenhaver was found guilty on multiple charges, including kidnapping, sexual assault and battery. Koppenhaver is accused of assaulting his former girlfriend Christine Mackinday, also known as Christy Mack. After the final hearing today, War Machine received a life sentence in prison, the maximum penalty for his crimes. Since the first trial hearing in , Machine has claimed to be a changed man. The judge denied his appeals for another hearing based on new evidence. Machine will be eligible for parole when he is 71 years old.
Former UFC and Bellator MMA fighter War Machine has been sentenced to 36 years to life in prison with the possibility of parole after serving 36 years for the brutal beating of his ex-girlfriend, Christy Mack, and her boyfriend, Corey Thomas. In March, Machine was found guilty on 29 of 34 charges after two days of jury deliberation. The charges included sexual assault, kidnapping and coercion, though the jury deadlocked on the most serious charges of attempted murder. While Cadish expressed sympathy for the traumatic upbringing described by Machine and his attorneys during a sentencing hearing, she indicated that a strong punishment was necessary. Mack, born Christine Mackinday, appeared at the hearing and gave emotional testimony about previous abuse she suffered while in a relationship with Machine and the lingering effects of the assault.
The New York Post reports that the former mixed martial arts standout — who legally changed his name from Jonathan Paul Koppenhaver during his MMA career — is speaking out ahead of an upcoming documentary, the West Elgin Chronicle reports. Koppenhaver, 36, was sentenced in June to life in prison with possibility of parole after 36 years for brutally attacking his ex-girlfriend, Christine Mackinday — better known as former porn star Christy Mack — and her male companion after finding them in bed in her Las Vegas home. Koppenhaver, who had a brief career in the UFC, also apologised to Mack in a statement posted on Twitter and invited his former girlfriend to visit him in prison. Koppenhaver has since become a born-again Christian behind bars and reportedly got engaged in February to a year-old woman who started writing him in prison last summer. TMZ reported in July that the pen-pal relationship between Koppenhaver and Ashley Farrington then escalated to visits at Ely State Prison in Nevada, where conjugal visits are prohibited.