Amazing Dark world-Acid attack

Patricia Lefranc arrives at Justice Palace to attend the trial of Richard Remes in a court in Brussels March 12, 2012. Remes, a 57-year-old Belgian, faces charges of attempted murder of Lefranc, his ex-girlfriend, in 2009 by spraying acid on her face and body.

"He made me a monster" Patricia Lefranc was left horrifically disfigured after her jilted lover sprayed sulphuric acid on her face. The 48-year-old lady spent three months in a coma. She lost the sight of one eye, became partially deaf, and had to endure 86 surgical operations. Two years have passed since the attack; still the acid continues to erode her skin and eat away her nose.


She is tired of being mocked by her son’s school friends, and being stared at.

Daniel Spreutels (C) and Sven Mary (R), lawyers of Patricia Lefranc (L), arrive for Richard Remes' trial in a court in Brussels March 12, 2012.

Remes, a 57-year-old Belgian, faces charges of attempted murder of Lefranc, his ex-girlfriend, in 2009 by spraying acid on her face and body.

Daniel Spreutels (R) and Sven Mary (L), lawyers of Belgian Patricia Lefranc, attend the trial of Richard Remes in a court in Brussels March 12, 2012.

Evidence, including a bottle of sulfuric acid and a photo of Belgian woman Patricia Lefranc, is displayed at the start of Richard Remes' trial in a court in Brussels March 12, 2012.


Belgian Patricia Lefranc reacts after listening to the verdict in the trial of Richard Remes in a court.
Richard Remes was convicted by the jury in the Assize Court of Brussels attempted murder of Patricia Lefranc.