Paris Valeta Bregazzi, 30, was jailed for ten months after admitting assault and criminal damage at the Old Bailey
A transgender woman who was spared jail after shoving an off-duty policeman onto a Tube line is back behind bars at a male prison for attacking another officer.
Paris Valeta Bregazzi, 30, was let off with a suspended sentence for barging off-duty PC Sam Chegwin onto the tracks at Hanger Lane station in west London while drunk on Prosecco.
The decision by the judge, Mr Recorder Jeremy Dein QC was referred to the Attorney General as unduly lenient but he decided not to take any action.
But last month Bregazzi kneed another police officer in the chest while being arrested for throwing a brick at a parked car.
Five days later she sprayed perfume at a security officer at Waterloo station and hurled her dinner all over her police cell.
Bregazzi has spent the last month at HMP Thameside and was hauled back to the Old Bailey for breaching the suspended prison sentence.
Judge Rebecca Poulet QC decided to activate the six month prison term with an extra four months for the two new assaults, making a total sentence of ten months.
She said the previous judge had been ‘compassionate’ because of Bregazzi’s personal problems.
‘Unfortunately two week later you again behaved aggressively.
‘I must impose a custodial sentence. I impose this sentence in an effort to protect the public from you.
‘I take into account that you have led a very difficult and troubled life.
‘You have undertaken gender realignment which has involved surgery and you have been diagnosed with a histrionic personality disorder back in 2013.
‘You are treated with anti-psychotic medication and you have been calm and receptive throughout these proceedings today.
‘In my view you must now be punished for the unlawful act at the railway station and having breached that order within so short a time.’
Bregazzi has previous convictions for more than 60 offences including assault, harassment and shoplifting designer frocks dating back to 2007, as well as attacks on staff and commuters at Highgate Station, East Finchley Station and Kings Cross Station.
At 5.15am on July 17 last year she was heard angrily shouting at another passenger at Hanger Lane: ‘You are just a black African slave, you are a n*****.’
When PC Chegwin told her to ‘calm down’ and pushed her in the chest to keep her away from him, Bregazzi, who had recently had breast implants, dumped the officer down into the tracks.
PC Chegwin’s head landed two inches from the live rail line but he scrambled back onto the platform and arrested Bregazzi, who told officers she had downed four bottles of Italian bubbly and taken drugs during a wild night out.
Bregazzi had initially received a suspended jail sentence for pushing PC Sam Chegwin onto tube tracks at Hangar Lane Underground Station after a judge heard she had suffered a history of mental health issues
A train passed through minutes later and the officer was ‘extremely fortunate’ to not have been killed, the court heard.
Bregazzi, who had also had cosmetic surgery worth £10,000, was detained in a male prison before pleading guilty in November last year to one count of doing an unlawful act on a railway with intent to endanger a person.
She was initially released on bail only to return to prison for breaching the conditions.
On February 20 she was given a six-month sentence suspended for two years after the judge heard she had a history of mental health difficulties.
Bregazzi has struggled to deal with her parents ‘disowning her’ and feels there is ‘absolutely no hope of a reconciliation’ after she came out aged 19, the court was told.
Mr Recorder Dein had told her: ‘I take the view that Mr Chegwin pushed you genuinely believing that it was necessary in order to fend off the risk of violence unfolding and to minimise any possible danger to the public and I don’t criticise his decision in any way.
‘You reacted spontaneously, you had significant surgery on the part of the body with which he made contact although he didn’t know that.
The Old Bailey heard that Bregazzi ‘had a problem dealing with people in uniforms’
The court heard Bregazzi would be taken to HMP Belmarsh following her sentence
‘Despite hiccups you have come a considerable way to addressing your difficulties.’
The judge said that Bregazzi must learn to control herself better in future.
Just two weeks later on March 3 she was seen arguing with two elderly women at a bus stop on her way to a probation appointment in Stockwell, south London.
Bregazzi hurled two plastic wheelie bins into the street before throwing a brick at a car, causing up to £400 worth of damage to the windscreen.
She then stormed down Stockwell Road, forcing a bus to swerve out of the way, and visited the probation office before heading towards Brixton.
After she was arrested she kneed PC Florina Rus when the officer bent down to search her pockets.
On March 10 Bregazzi was at Waterloo station when she sprayed security officer Rashpal Mudahar with Lady Million perfume without any provocation.
Asked why she did it, Bregazzi said: ‘She shouldn’t have said I smelled, the stupid bitch.’
She continued to screamed abuse when police arrived and crystal meth was found in her bra.
At the police station Bregazzi left officers with a £200 cleaning bill by throwing her meal over the cell.
Bregazzi admitted two counts of criminal damage, one of common assault and one of assaulting a police officer.
Her barrister James Kelly told the court she ‘seems to have a problem with people in uniform’.
‘She is in emotional pain all the time. Eventually she will need to get the help she needs to overcome that.’
Mr Kelly said Bregazzi would be taken to HMP Belmarsh, a male prison, following sentence.
Bregazzi from Islington, north London, was sentenced two four weeks concurrent for the criminal damage and two months consecutive on each assault charge, in addition to the activation of the original six months for pushing the officer onto the tracks.