A 24-year-old woman has been sentenced to an immediate jail term after biting a woman on the arm and beating her until she required stitches, and causing a serious head laceration to another woman in two separate attacks in Perth’s south. Tahlia Shay Fuller appeared via video link before Rockingham Magistrates Court on Monday, March 27, pleading guilty to one count of unlawful wounding, one count of assault occasioning bodily harm, one count of breach of bail undertaking and one count of possessed a controlled weapon. Prosecutor Sgt Scott Andrews told the court Fuller had made arrangements to buy a vehicle in Bertram on February 2, 2022. She reached an agreement with the victim to pay $1000 after picking up the vehicle and to pay the remaining $500 at a later date. Not long after picking up the vehicle, she contacted the victim requesting a refund after experiencing a fault with the vehicle. She returned the vehicle to the victim’s address on the same day and was given a full refund. She went back to the victim’s address with three other males about 6.30pm to confront the victim. Two of the men were holding baseball bats, while the other was holding a rock in his hand. When the victim came outside, Fuller pushed her and a fight broke out between the two. During the scuffle, Fuller bit the victim on the arm, causing a puncture wound, and punched her several times, leaving her with facial bruising and swelling. Fuller fled the scene with the three males. The victim required stitches to her left eye after the incident. On January 24, 2023, at 1pm Fuller and the second victim — who were roommates at the time — were arguing at an address in Medina before it turned violent. Fuller pulled the victim’s hair and punched her several times before picking up a garden ornament and smashing it over the victim’s head, causing a 3-4cm laceration. Fuller’s lawyer Mark Hager said the facts were accepted and the latest incident would breach a conditionally suspended imprisonment order. “On each occasion, Ms Fuller accepts that she has gone too far with the acts of violence and ultimately regrets it,” Mr Hager said. He said Fuller’s behaviour has been the cause of her own “hot-headedness”. Mr Hager said Fuller’s childhood was very unstable, having limited contact with her mother and living with her grandfather until he had a heart attack, which resulted in her being taken into foster care. Magistrate Steven Malley said he had no choice but to sentence her to an immediate term of imprisonment. Fuller was sentenced to a 15-month term of imprisonment and fined $1500.