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PHOTO: Man who taunted Jack Grealish cracks skull in car crash

19 year old Alfie Perkins has uploaded photos of his bloodied face and scarred body after being involved in a car crash earlier this month.

It came two weeks after he avoided a jail sentence for posting vile messages on social media to Aston Villa’s Jack Grealish about his brother Keelan.

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Perkins claims that a driver failed to stop at when the traffic lights in Manchester city centre was red while driving at speed and hit him on the 2nd of November.

Perkins said on Twitter: “Life comes at you nearly as fast as speeding cars that don’t stop on red lights do”.

“Didn’t think it was possible for me to get any uglier but here we are with my face drooping to the right and the left side of it not working, you not reckon it’s time I caught a break”.

Perkins said the incident was not “karma” as suggested by another Twitter user.

He replied: “Leg it bruv, karma for laughing at somebody being dead is not fracturing your skull in two places hahaha.”

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Earlier this year, Perkins drank nine pints of lager and tweeted three shocking messages to Grealish following the Birmingham vs Villa derby, where he scored the winning goal but ended up being attacked by a rival fan on the pitch.

One of the tweets by Perkins included a photo of Keelan’s gravestone.

He tweeted: “He may have scored but will never bring his dead brother back and that brings me more satisfaction than anything else ever could.”

Keelan sadly died due to cot death in April 2000, aged just nine months old. Grealish was four at the time.

Perkins, an accountancy and finance student, was ordered to pay a fine and was seen smirking outside of court following the trial.

When questioned about his smiles outside of court, Perkins tweeted: “I regret all of it but she says this like nobody would be smiling after being faced with the prospect of prison and the end result being only having to pay £350. Wallop.”

Perkins denied the charges against him and claimed that he was encouraged to post the tweets by those with him at the game.

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