Student too smart to jail after stabbing ex is now dating Russian oligarchs son
An Oxford University student who was let off prison after stabbing her former boyfriend is now dating a Russian oligarchs son.
A judge claimed Lavinia Woodward, 24, was too bright for jail so she was spared a custodial term and handed a ten month suspended sentence instead.
She had admitted unlawful wounding after she stabbed Thomas Fairclough in the leg with a bread knife at her university in 2016.
He suffered injuries to his fingers.
Woodward is now dating Philip Kay Kagalovsky, 21, who is the son of Konstantin Kagalovsky.
His dad was the former Yukos oil company vice president and also represented Russia at the International Monetary Fund (IMF).
Pictures showed the happy couple out on several dates, including one at an ice rink.
The couple, who share a home in south west London, reportedly started dating in February 2017 and also own two companys together, according to Mail Online.
Woodward was denied permission to appeal her sentence this week.