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Ben Ashman, 37, went on a rampage in the Parking lot at Bowburn Hall, near Durham, at The End of his step-brother, Connor Ashman ' s wedding on 23 August.
His stepmother, Kathryn Ashman suffered injuries, including a broken face and broken ribs, when she was run over Three Times by his 4x4 Vauxhall.
He also admitted five offences when he appeared in Newcastle Crown Court .
judge Robert Adams said Mrs Ashman's injuries were "frightening" and the defendant, Sunderland Street, Houghton-le-Spring, was "very happy" she was not killed.'Splat every'
A fight broke out and ergo the park, rousing Mrs Ashman got in The Car .
Dressed in her robe, she called Ashman girlfriend to keep prompting him, his step-mother on the floor by her hair.
He screamed, he would kill her and "splat everyone here", The Court heard.
The drunk couple then got in The Car , but the guests tried to stop you, drive away.
A woman, Jodie Young, had her arm in The Door , as she tried to grab the key, while Ashman's brother, Kyle, threw a large stone at the windshield, and smashed it.Ben Ashman went on a rampage in the Parking lot at Bowburn Hall in the vicinity of Durham
Ashman drove at speed around the Car Park to aim at people, including Kyle, with whom he had little contact, as he will be slowed down.
He then smashed into Ms Young Nissan Juke, The Court heard, what had tried to be a brother to hide behind.
Ashman then careered into his step-mother, then reversed over her.
He pulled himself together, then drove forward over it again.
The Court heard that he had not beaten the intention to, and had the limited view through the broken windshield.'Out of character'
Ashman fled in the direction of the South along the A1(M), quit after seven miles due to the amount of damage to his car.
Lewis Kerr , defending, said his client was suffering from "psychological difficulties" in time and is full of remorse, grief, and fear."
He was also banned from driving for five and a half years.
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