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It is a matter of deep regret that it involved a family member and he hopes to rekindle some kind of relationship with his stepfather if not only for his mother's sake.'It was the first conviction for the father of two and fiscal depute, Michelle Molley, told the court that it was not clear who had started the fight.She added: 'Whilst Lee Clarke and Mr Wilson (pictured) were on the ground, Clarke bit his right ear, severing the outer ear'It was the first conviction for the father of two and fiscal depute Michelle Molley, told the court that it was not clear who had started the fight.Everyone has struggles - it's how people choose to deal with it and move forward defines them -- sit around or fire your mind away -- that's Thug life!
The court heard earlier that Clarke was socialising with his mother, Mandy Wilson at her home in Inverness last August and stepfather Mr Wilson.
The Wimbledon champion was at the centre of the family dispute which ended with Alistair Wilson's ear being almost bitten off by his stepson, Lee Clarke.
Clarke, 34, from Inverness, north Scotland, confirmed that the 'British or Scottish' spat led to Mr Wilson being hospitalised to have a chunk of his right ear sewn back on by surgeons.
He received significant compensation and a trust fund was set up from which he derives an income.'He is in a position to pay compensation to his stepfather.
His guilty plea was tendered on the basis that there was provocation after an argument over the nationality of a sportsman.'My client accepts there were other actions he could have taken to avoid this.