Jeremy McConnell seen 'throwing air punches' in video after sentencing in assault trial
Jeremy McConnell had a big boozy night to celebrate not going to jail

Jeremy McConnell was seen throwing air punches after receiving his sentence for assault against Stephanie Davis.

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The 27-year-old received a 20 week prison sentence suspended for 12 months for assaulting the mother of his child, and shortly after was filmed on his friend’s Instagram stories throwing practice punches seemingly in celebration in a video obtained by The Mirror.

The video surfaced amongst a friend’s Instagram story, and shows a Boomerang video – one that plays backwards and forwards on repeat – of Jeremy pulling the inappropriate move, despite having been on trial for assault.

The same friend posted several images from their night out, captioned ‘not guilty,’ despite the fact Jeremy was handed the sentence.

Jeremy McConnell seen 'throwing air punches' in video after sentencing in assault trial
(Picture: Instagram)
Jeremy McConnell seen 'throwing air punches' in video after sentencing in assault trial
(Picture: Instagram)

Also shared to the same Instagram page was a bizarre welcome with cheers and signs of not guilty, giving Jeremy a rowdy reception as he arrived back at the airport.

Judge Lloyd said before sentencing: ‘Miss Davis had a number of injuries that were entirely consistent with her evidence including a large bite mark to her arm.

‘I find you have displayed no remorse, not even for the effect of this episode on your young baby.

‘If you had just left Ms Davis’ home, and it was her property, none of this would have happened.’

Meanwhile, Stephanie Davis has been spotted for the first time since announcing her miscarriage due to stress.

The 24-year-old was seen looking noticeably exhausted as she stepped out of her home in Liverpool on Thursday, having recently confirmed she suffered a stress-inducing miscarriage two weeks ago.

Announcing she had suffered a tragic miscarriage on Instagram, Davis wrote: ‘Too loose a child is something I hope no one EVER goes through. The grief and pain is UNBELIEVABLE [sic].

‘I continue to be strong, be a good mum to my son and if ANYTHING has come from my horrific ordeal, to help those who have been in my shoes and help give them the hope, that there is light at the end. I don’t know HOW I’m standing, but I am. And what doesn’t kill you makes you stronger!’

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