Theresa Carroll, 39, grabbed Chantelle Carroll, 19, by the hair and punched her in the face after the teenage student objected to her inviting friends round to watch the bout close to Christmas last year.
During the row, at the family’s home in in the village of Bollington, Cheshire, shop worker Carroll rang police to claim her daughter was being aggressive and the teenager grabbed the handset from her.
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In the struggle, Chantelle was pulled to the floor and left with a broken nose.
She began to film her mother and said: “Smile for the camera” before adding: “I don’t want to see you again”.
The teenager was later treated for her broken nose at A&E in Macclesfield General Hospital. She has not spoken to her mother since the attack almost exactly a year ago.
Carroll, who has two other children, admitted common assault at Stockport Magistrates and the court was told she has tried to reach out to her daughter to reconcile.
But she was issued with a restraining order banning her from contacting her daughter for a year.
Defence lawyer Peter Casson told judges: “‘She would just like the relationship with her daughter to resume.
”She wants to have her home for Christmas. She has presents to give her from last Christmas, her birthday and for this Christmas.
“But unfortunately it seems this is not going to happen. She is still the mother to that young girl. She still cares about her daughter.”
The fight occurred on December 12, 2020, after Carroll had invited friends round to watch heavyweight champion Anthony Joshua defeat Kubrat Pulev by knockout.
Chantelle had been working all day and was said to be angry as she wanted the “house to herself”.
Mr Casson added: ”She had picked her daughter up from work and there soon became an issue. The daughter became very aggressive, said she had been working all day and wanted the house to herself. That was a catalyst to what took place.
”The defendant got on the phone to the police whilst her daughter was goading her for a reaction. She wanted her daughter out of the house but she would not leave and accepted the red mist came over her.
”She regrets it and is mortified that she found herself in that position.
“She did not want to put her daughter through a trial so pleaded guilty but her daughter does not want anymore contact with her. She wants to put this behind her and move on with her own life.”
Earlier on in proceedings, Nick Smart prosecuting said: ”On December 12 2020 around 3.30pm police were called to a domestic incident report from Chantelle Carroll who said her mother had assaulted her.
”There was an argument, the defendant said she was having friends over to watch the boxing.
“She said it was her house and she would do as she pleased but she then grabbed her daughter by the hair and struck her in the face. She then left the house.
“Chantelle was taken to A&E where it became apparent that she had broken her nose.
“A statement from [Chantelle] described her nose was heavily bleeding for some time and she was taken to Macclesfield hospital to get it checked out where they confirmed her nose was broken as a result of the punch from her mum.”
Carroll was also ordered to complete a twelve month community order and must complete 120 hours unpaid work, as well as 20 rehabilitation activity requirement days.
She will also have to pay £180 in costs and surcharges.
JP Dominic Stone told her: “You were provoked and we do not believe this was premeditated. You have also now lost your good character and you have shown remorse.
“However this was not your finest hour. Regardless of what went on before, you broke your daughter’s nose.”
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