This is the moment a jealous student disguised herself in a niqab and stalked her friend before throwing acid in her face, a court heard today.
Mary Konye, 21, then posted a gruesome image from Nightmare on Elm Street along with the gloating message 'Who looks like Wrong Turn now?' - a reference to a character in the horror film of the same name - after attacking her friend Naomi Oni, jurors were told.
Naomi Oni, an assistant at a Victoria's Secret lingerie shop, was left with life-changiong injuries after Konye disguised herself in the veil and doused her with sulphuric acid as she walked home from work, it is alleged.
Today jurors were shown a CCTV image allegedly showing Konye following the victim while dressed in the Muslim veil, moments before the attack.
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Stalked: CCTV images shown to jurors show victim Naomi Oni, right, being followed by a woman in a niqab, alleged to be her friend Mary Konye who then doused her in acid
Snaresbrook Crown Court heard that Konye was jealous about Naomi's looks, and she was taunted when the victim compared her to the horror movie character.
Seeking revenge, she set out to 'ruin Naomi's looks' and confessed to confidents she planned to attack her friend with acid, jurors heard.
Kamilah Andrews, a friend of Konye, told police she had threatened to attack Naomi with acid so she would know 'how it feels' to feel bad about her appearance.
Gareth Patterson, prosecuting, said: 'Kamilah states that the defendant was insecure about her looks and that Naomi had insulted her.
Followed: Naomi Oni, 21, circled, using her oyster card at Stratford station before she was attacked
Naomi Oni, an assistant at a Victoria's Secret lingerie shop, was left with life-changiong injuries
CCTV shows Naomi Oni walking through Stratford station and being followed by someone in a niqab
CCTV footage which shows a woman in a niqab following Naomi Oni through Stratford station
Jurors were shown a CCTV image allegedly showing Konye following the victim while dressed in the Muslim veil, moments before the attack
This still shows Naomi Oni holding bags at Statford station in east London before she was attacked
Mary Konye is accused of being the woman in the niqab creeping up of Naomi Oni at Stratford station
It is alleged that Mary Konye is the woman in the niqab and followed Naomi Oni before attacking her with acid
Kamilah Andrews states that this greatly affected the defendant, because she admired Naomi, almost to the point of obsession.'
He told jurors that Konye, who studied business and finance at Hertfordshire University and had known Naomi since their school days, threatened to seek revenge by disfiguring her friend.
Mr Patterson said: 'Kamilah states that the defendant would repeatedly say what she would like to do to Naomi.
'She states that the defendant would say 'What if I bought acid and threw it in her face, so she would know how she makes me feel?'
'Kamilah also states that the defendant told her she had joked to others about throwing acid on someone and that someone had suggested to the defendant that she should wear a 'nijab' [sic] so the police could not identify her.
'Following the attack on the victim Kamilah saw that the defendant had updated her profile on 'WhatsApp'.
Chain of events: Miss Oli, left, left work for home, not knowing her attacker was behind her in disguise, right
Stalking: The prosecution say the woman circled is Mary Konye, who followed her friend on the Tube before dousing her in acid
Attack: Naomi Oni (pictured) had sulphuric acid thrown in her face by a jealous friend who then changed profile picture to Freddie Krueger, a court heard today
'It appears that the photograph on the defendant's profile was changed and it then displayed a photograph of Freddie Krueger, the scarred-face character from the horror film 'Nightmare on Elm Street'.
Giving evidence: Miss Oni, pictured outside court today, is appearing as a witness at the trial
'Kamilah states that the photograph was accompanied by a message stating 'Who looks like Wrong Turn now?''
School friend Safiye Laviniere said Konye changed her status on Blackberry Messenger so a message read 'She better not mess with me or I will make her face look like this' next to a photo of Freddy Krueger.
And Omolola Vincent, who was at college with Konye, said she confessed to her cruel plan after rowing with Naomi about her boyfriend.
Mr Patterson said: 'Omolola states that the defendant said she was going to ruin Naomi's looks.
'One of the subjects which Omolola studies was chemistry and she will tell you that the defendant asked her if there was any acid in the lab and when was the lab open and when was it closed.
'The defendant also spoke about how to do it without getting caught and mentioned getting hold of and wearing Muslim clothing so that only her eyes could be seen.
'In due course the defendant said that she had managed to buy acid and said she planned to wait for Naomi near her house.'
Naomi suffered horrific burns when she was attacked by a woman wearing a veil on her way home from work at Westfield Shopping Centre in Stratford, east London, on December 30 2012.
Her face, arms, chest and thigh suffered blistering burns and she had to undergo a series of gruelling skin graft operations.
Miss Oni sobbed as she told the court she thought someone was trying to kill her when the acid was thrown over her face.
She only noticed a 'presence' following her as she turned into the road where the attack took place, Snaresbrook Crown Court heard.
Giving evidence she said: 'I turned to my left and there I saw someone in black attire, a black niqab.
'I remember it facing me and staring directly looking at me.
'It was long and black and covered and I could only see the eyes - the face wasn't visible.
'I remember the reflection of the eyes, I remember them being bright and I could see them strongly.'
Asked if she knew the person had been following her from Stratford, Ms Oni replied: 'Not at all.'
Attack: Jurors heard Ms Oni (pictured) was oblivious to the fact she was being closely followed by Konye wearing a full niqab, a hooded black coat, gloves and a grey bag