A 22-YEAR-OLD man attacked his partner then assaulted her mum in a “disgraceful” incident.

Oliver Yeaman, of High Street, Cowdenbeath, appeared in the dock at Dunfermline Sheriff Court.

A sheriff told Yeaman: “There’s a possibility, I think, that you’re a very dangerous individual.”

Yeaman admitted that between November 1, 2019, and July 31 this year, at addresses in Cowdenbeath, Cardenden and Lochgelly and elsewhere, he engaged in an abusive course of behaviour towards his then partner.

He kicked a front door repeatedly, damaging it, seized her repeatedly by the neck, shouted, swore and made threats of violence.

He also admitted that on July 29 this year, at Main Street, Lochgelly, he assaulted his partner’s mum by elbowing her to the body and striking her on the face.

The Amazon worker further admitted that between September 19-30, he breached bail conditions by approaching and contacting his ex-partner repeatedly.

Depute fiscal Azrah Yousaf said that during the assault on his partner, Yeaman shouted: “I don’t give a f*** if you’re a lassie, I’ll slash you.”

When the mum went to her daughter’s assistance and told Yeaman she was leaving, he said: “No she’s not, I’ll kill her first.”

When police arrived, they found both and daughter and her mum in a “very distressed state”, added the depute.

Defence solicitor Calum Harris said: “It was a chaotic relationship. He recognises his behaviour was abusive. He clearly has issues with anger management. He is truly appalled by his behaviour.”

Sheriff Andrew Berry called for a supplementary social work report and sentence was deferred until October 19 with a home curfew imposed from 7pm to 7am until then.

The sheriff told Yeaman: “If you had any previous convictions, you’d be off to prison right now. You’re a whisker away from that. Your behaviour was nothing short of disgraceful.

“There’s a possibility, I think, that you’re a very dangerous individual. You blame the victims like other domestic abusers do. You’re typical of that.”