Millionaire heiress, 26, hunted by cops 'for assaulting two officers' after attack by ex

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Chloe Pidgley, 26, granddaughter of Berkeley Group chairman and founder Tony Pidgley, is being sought for by police after assaulting two constables.

The receptionist is the heiress to Tony’s £310m fortune, and was given a £1m sum of money as a “coming of age present”.

Days earlier, Chloe’s ex, Antonio Henry, was jailed for a vicious attack on her after she dumped him on June 18.

Vile thug Henry, 29, punched and kicked Chloe in the face and threatened her with an acid attack when their four-month relationship came to an end.

Henry, from Ealing, west London, was sentenced after he admitted slamming a door on Chloe’s hand, leaving her with two broken fingers, and hurled a chair at her.

“I could have been killed”

Chloe Pidgley

He was found guilty of assault occasioning actual bodily harm and criminal damage at Isleworth Crown Court.

Police have issued an arrest warrant for the heiress after she was alleged to have attacked two cops just four days after Henry was jailed for the assault at her home in Earl’s Court, west London.

She failed to show up at Westminster Magistrates’ Court on Monday over allegedly assaulting PCs Calum Jackson and Jake Harris.

Chloe hasn’t yet entered a plea over the charges, and none of the details of the alleged assault have been heard in court.

The Evening Standard reported that Chloe – whose property magnate grandad is one of the 400 richest people in the UK – heard she had confronted Henry about messages sent to her and her family five days before the vicious assault.

She said she heard a “smash” and found Henry in her room before he launched a sickening attack.

“I could have been killed,” she said, adding: “I couldn’t move or breathe.

“Even with the blood everywhere he still wouldn’t stop.

“At one point I stopped screaming and tried to plead with him.

“I couldn’t even fight back because it seemed there was no point, so I stayed lying in the foetal position.”

After Henry was jailed, she said that she felt “so much safer now,” and was hoping for “a fresh start”.

Chloe’s alleged assault on the two officers happened close to her Earl’s Court flat.

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