Tributes have been paid to a man who died after an alleged attack at a Glasgow flat as a woman charged over his death appeared in court.
Joseph McGready was reportedly attacked at a flat in Braid Square in the Maryhill area of Glasgow on Saturday.
The 30-year-old was rushed to hospital following the alleged incident, where he died two days later on Monday at the city’s Queen Elizabeth Hospital.
Heartbroken relatives and friends have paid tribute to Joseph following his death.
A relative said: “I can’t believe this is actually real, I was hoping it was all just a really bad dream because.”
“Far too soon when you were so little, son, no more words, to be honest.”
Another commented: “Absolutely heartbreaking.”
A third wrote: “Disappointed to hear of little Joe’s death. Heartbreak for all of you at this sad time, RIP.”
And a fourth said: “RIP love you always bro.”
A woman has appeared in custody accused of attempting to murder Joseph.
Amanda Welsh, 47, is alleged to have attacked Joseph at a flat near Glasgow city center on September 29.
Court documents allege Welsh was working with another person when she repeatedly struck Mr. McGready on the head and body with a knife.
The prosecution states that this resulted in serious injury, permanent disfigurement and impairment of Mr McGready, endangering his life and attempted murder.
Welsh pleaded no contest at a private hearing at Glasgow Sheriff Court yesterday.
Welsh, from the city’s Govan, was remanded in custody and referred for further investigation.
She will appear in court again within the next seven days.
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