Heiress to £310m Berkeley Homes property empire ‘left cop with blood dripping from his head’ say neighbours


AN heiress fugitive left a cop wiping blood from his face, her neighbours have claimed.

Police are still hunting Chloe Pidgley after she allegedly assaulted two officers, days after her ex was jailed for attacking her.


Cops have issued a warrant to arrest heiress Chloe Pidgley, 26[/caption]


Chloe Pidgley is alleged to have assaulted two cops, four days after her boyfriend was jailed for attacking her[/caption]

The 26-year-old heiress to the £310 million Berkeley Homes empire was punched and kicked in the face by Antonio Henry and threatened with an acid attack when she ended their four-month relationship.

A court heard how Henry slammed a door on her hand, leaving her with two broken fingers, and hurled a chair and a radiator at her.


Pidgley is alleged to have attacked PCs Calum Jackson and Jake Harris four days after Henry was jailed for assaulting her.

On Monday Westminster magistrates issued an arrest warrant for Pidgley when she failed to show up at court.

Neighbours have now claimed Ms Pidgeley was a “nuisance” who had “blazing rows” with men at her home in Earls Court, West London.

One local, who wouldn’t be named, told the Mail Online that cops had arrived and “pinned” Pidgeley to the floor outside her flat.

They said: “She was ranting and raving, shouting and swearing and didn’t seem to care who was watching.”

Another neighbour, also anonymous, claimed that police had been around to her £2.5m flat “a few times”.

Speaking to the Mail, they said: “One time I saw an officer wiping away blood from his head or face.

“She was swearing at the police calling them “f****** useless”.

Pidgeley, whose ex was jailed for assaulting her, has gone on the run after allegedly attacking two cops


The granddaughter of Berkeley Homes founder Tony Pidgley had confronted Henry about messages he had sent to her and her family five days before the attack, the Evening Standard reported.

She said she heard a “smash” and found Henry in her room, before he launched an assault on her.

She told the newspaper “I could have been killed”, adding: “I couldn’t move or breath. Even with blood everywhere he still wouldn’t stop.

“At one point I stopped screaming and tried to plead with him.

“I couldn’t even fight back because it seemed there was no point, so I stayed lying in the foetal position.

“I feel so much safer now. I’m so happy. I just feel like it’s a fresh start.”


Ms Pidgley, who was at Isleworth Crown Court to see Henry sentenced, broke down in tears as the judge handed her ex a 21-month sentence.

Henry has a long history of convictions dating back to 2003 mainly for offences of violence including assault causing actual bodily harm.

His record also includes offences of battery, harassment, threatening words and behaviour and conspiracy to supply class A drugs.

A restraining order preventing him from contacting Ms Pidgley was also issued.

Her mother, Denize Hewitt, had revealed that her receptionist daughter called for help mid-attack, telling The Sun: “She screamed down the phone.

“I dialled 999. I thought she would be dead.”

Tony Pidgley is the founder of the famous property developer Berkeley Homes and thought to be worth a staggering £310million.

Both Chloe and her model sister, Chantelle, reportedly received a “coming of age” sum of £1million each.


Antonio Henry has been sentenced to 21 months in prison[/caption]

The attack left Ms Pidgley with broken fingers


The granddaughter of Berkeley Homes founder Tony Pidgley was taken to hospital with non-life threatening injuries[/caption]

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