The Actor Who Portrayed Damien in 'The Omen' Has Severe Road-rage; Beat the Crap Out of a Cyclist - Bloody Disgusting
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The Actor Who Portrayed Damien in ‘The Omen’ Has Severe Road-rage; Beat the Crap Out of a Cyclist



The little devil is all grown up and stirring up trouble as an adult.

Harvey Spencer Stephens, who is now 46, was sentence on Friday the 13th after a road rage incident left a cyclist unconscious and with dental damage.

Stephen, who portrayed Damien in the the 1976 The Omen, lost it after a cyclist gave him the middle finger.

Harvey Spencer Stephens, 46, lashed out at two riders and damaged one of their cycling helmets after getting out of his car after a dispute, a court heard, explains The Guardian. He pleaded guilty to two counts of ABH (actual bodily harm) and one of causing criminal damage following the attack on Toys Hill, Westerham, Kent, on 21 August last year.

Maidstone crown court heard that father-of-two Stephens was “red-faced and angry” when he confronted the cyclists, knocking one of them unconscious after driving up behind them.

Prosecutor Kieran Brand said Stephens repeatedly used his horn when riders Mark Richardson and Alex Manley, who were out cycling separately, were side-by-side on the road as one overtook the other. Richardson responded by flicking his middle finger at Stephens, who then accelerated heavily before overtaking the pair and pulling over.

Brand said Stephens punched Richardson, knocking him unconscious, which prompted Manley to intervene. Stephens responded by asking Manley: “You want some do you?” before punching him twice in the face, causing him to fall on his back with his bicycle still between his legs.

Stephens held Manley down and punched him six or seven times, inflicting dental injuries and damaging his helmet, Brand said.

Brand added: “He described the defendant as being in a complete rage and being out of all proportion to what had happened beforehand.”

Richardson was taken to hospital with swelling to his lip and a broken tooth root, the court was told.

Judge Martin Joy sentenced Stephens to 12 months in jail, suspended for two years, for the ABH charges and two months’ jail, suspended for two years, for the criminal damage charge.

The judge said: “This was undoubtedly a serious case of road-rage and quite plainly it was a substantial attack, and quite clearly it has had an ongoing effect on the victims.”

Thanks to Bloody reader Mark P. for the tip!