King’s graduate who threatened to chop of lecturer’s penis allowed to attend Christian Union

She can also go to language lessons


Former King's student, Stephanie Christol, who threatened to chop off her lecture's penis, has had her 10 year restraining order amended to allow her to attend KCLCU.

Convicted of harassment without violence, Christol was given a 10 year restraining order and banned from all King's College London campuses. She was also ordered to pay £100 to the doctor and £620 to the prosecution as compensation costs.

Following Christol's testament surrounding the importance of her Christian faith and King's organisations role in it, Christol will now be allowed to attend meetings with the Christian Union and meetings with the Chaplin and the annual Carol concert. She will also be allowed to attend language lessons in King's language learning centre.