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Who Was Joanne Robinson? Mom of two, 43, beaten to death by her XL bully

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“They were good dogs, they’re not a forbidden breed and they weren’t dangerous,” Joanne Robinson’s mother said

A mother of two, Joanne Robinson, was beaten to death by her American Bully XL pet while her partner suffered life-changing injuries, which were pictured. She is said to have been pinned down by the jaws of the pet named Rocco after coming home from a night out. Jamie Stead, 42, suffered devastating injuries to his face, hands and chest trying to pull the animal away from her and is still recovering in hospital. He reportedly underwent a skin graft for the potentially life-altering injuries.

Joanne’s heartbroken mother, Dotty Robinson, told The Sun: “I am completely in disbelief and shocked. I just hope it was quick and she didn’t suffer too much.” She added, “I want everyone to know how popular she was. She was born and raised in this village. They all know her and love her.” Joanne was formerly described as a “beautiful angel” by her friends in tributes near her home in West Melton, near Rotherham, South Yorkshire. Pictures of the tragic pet owner have now been released following the fatal attack when police in Rotherham took away the dogs.


Dotty urged dog owners to be extra vigilant about their pets during the UK’s blistering heatwave. She pleaded: “Try to keep your dogs cool. Keep them indoors and give them plenty of water. The heat bothers them too.” Dotty recounted how Rocco – who was almost two years old and his 2-year-old pal Bully XL Lola – were both wrecked this morning. Speaking about the family’s horrific ordeal, the nine-year-old grandma, supported by other members, shared how her daughter and partner have had the dogs since puppyhood. She said: “They were good dogs, they are not a forbidden breed and they were not dangerous. They weren’t related, but they got along well. I don’t know why they suddenly snapped. I can only imagine that they went crazy in the extreme heat. That must have triggered it.”

“Rocco is a big dog, he’s bigger than a lion.” Her tearful granddaughter added, “He was like a little horse.” Dotty, also a mother of three, reiterated, “It must have been the heat. There’s a saying about crazy dogs going out in the midday sun.” Recalling the fright, she recounted how her daughter went to visit a friend and went back inside around 10 p.m. She explained, “She was downstairs and all of a sudden Rocco attacked her, it got her, I think it was around the throat.” “Lola went crazy, she was trying to be protective and stable, Joanne’s partner but we call him hers.” Husband. tried to save her. He was trying to get Lola out of the room, he had no choice but to get her out, and during that time Rocco attacked.”


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A sea of ​​cards, flowers and balloons adorned the home where the couple has lived for twenty years — including a poignant one from Joanne’s grown children Elle, 24, and Dillon, 19, who said, “Mom, I love and miss you.” Neighbors had said they heard piercing screams from up the street. Dottie continued: “I hope it was quick. I can’t bear to think about her suffering. I think she was grabbed by the throat, but we don’t have the autopsy results yet. They are due today. Rumors and rumors are circulating that Joanne was attacked while she was sleeping in bed. This is all rubbish. Rocco carried out the attack, not Lola, but both dogs were confiscated by police.” Rescue workers rushed to the scene but unfortunately it was too late to save her and she was pronounced dead at the scene.

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