It concerns an evidently very naive young English girl who met a Muslim thug and was so enamoured she converted to Islam.
This didn't stop the relationship breaking down and him subjecting her to extreme violence, however.
From This is Derbyshire:
Much is troubling here - but the fact that it was only when Stacey discovered how the real Samira Shahs of this world live that her parents became worried about her life choices is quite hard to accept.
Stacey Stubley's family have been at her hospital bedside since she suffered head wounds and a broken leg in Bateman Street, Derby, on Friday.
Her former partner, Asad Shah, 21, has been charged with inflicting grievous bodily harm and has been remanded in custody after appearing at Southern Derbyshire Magistrates' Court.
Stacey's sister, Emma Fowkes, said Shah and Stacey, 19, had been in a relationship for about a year, during which Stacey had converted to Islam and changed her name to Samira Shah – but the couple split up about six weeks ago.
Emma, of Essex Street, Chaddesden, was walking with Stacey along Bateman Street on Friday afternoon before the incident happened.
She said: "I thought Stacey was dead and I was standing there screaming for help.
"She was sprawled out on the pavement and you could see clearly that her leg was broken – then blood started trickling out of her head and I just lost it.
"When they lifted her into the ambulance she was screaming in pain and a police officer told me that was a good sign because it showed she was feeling something." A first-aider from nearby telecoms company Roscom rushed to treat Stacey at the scene while another bystander dialled 999.
Emma, 27, said: "Stacey was in a lot of pain when they got her to hospital and we just didn't know whether she was going to pull through.
"But luckily the next day she had made good progress and she's since been moved on to a ward and is getting back to her normal self.
"The doctors have said she will probably be in hospital for the next two weeks."
Since the incident, Stacey's mother, Val, has been at her bedside and Emma has been unable to sleep.
She said: "For the past five days I think I've only had about four hours' sleep because I've been replaying what happened over and over in my head.
"The whole family would have been absolutely devastated if we had lost her."
Emma's long-term partner, Mark Dilley, said he found out about the collision after a frantic phone call.
He said: "Emma rang me just as I was about to finish work and I think the phone call lasted about three seconds – she said, 'I think she's dead'.
"Later in the evening, we were only getting little bits of information about her condition and we thought we'd lost her."
Mark said the reaction of bystanders at the scene had helped the family come to terms with what had happened.
He said: "I was really amazed by how people responded because they all rushed out to help Stacey.
"We want to thank everyone who was there that day because it could have been very different without them.
"They all united for one thing and that made me really proud to be from Derby."
Stacey, a former Murray Park Community School pupil, previously worked at a cafe in Derby and had recently taken up a job at a cleaning firm.
She had also been contacted by a London modelling agency after sending a portfolio of photos to them.
Emma said: "She's a very pretty girl and she's always been interested in modelling – she had just started to look into it as a career and hopefully she'll continue doing that when she is out of hospital."
Shah, of Cameron Road, Normanton, has been remanded in custody until November 20, when he will appear at Derby Crown Court.