Three transgender women and mother, 22, batter man at London station

A drunken gang of transgender women battered a man, stamping on him in the street in an act of 'severe violence'.
The trio kicked their victim after 'minor provocation' at Leicester Square tube station in London at 2.15am after a night out.
Their victim was sent to hospital with cuts as well as a black eye following the 'heinous attack'.
Tylah-Jo Bryan, Amarnih Lewis-Daniel and Michael O'Doherty - who goes by the name Tamzin Lush - assaulted the man first. 
The three - all of whom are from East London - were born male. Mother-of-four Hannah Bryan, 22, also jumped in to join the attack in the capital.
Tylah-Jo Bryan, 22, and Hannah Bryan, from Barking, admitted violent disorder as did O'Docherty, from Romford, and Lewis-Daniel, 22, from Dagenham.
Westminster magistrate Kirsty Walker told them that the offence was so serious that it could not be dealt with at the court.
'This offence is so serious that we feel it needs to be sent up to the crown court,' she said. 
All four are set to be sentenced at Blackfriars crown court, with a date yet to be decided.

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