She was in the mood, but her partner wasn’t — so she attacked him, resulting in her second arrest in 14 months for battering a man for not having sex with her, according to a report.
Rebecca Lynn Phelps, 31, of Hudson, Florida, was busted on a charge of domestic battery after she allegedly assaulted a man, with whom she shares a child, inside their home on Thanksgiving night when he turned down her sexual advances, The Smoking Gun reported.
According to an arrest report obtained by the website, the victim was asleep just before midnight Thursday when Phelps entered the bedroom “and grabbed his genitals wanting to have sex.”
The sleepy man “said no” and went back to bed, according to the police document.
At some point, Phelps returned to the bedroom and “started tapping the victim’s leg.” The man “pretended to be asleep to ignore the defendant who is intoxicated,” the arrest report says.
But the horny woman apparently was not having it and “scratched the victim on his left eye causing it to swell and turn black and blue,” according to the arrest report.
The woman denied to police that she touched the man.
Phelps was released Monday from the county jail after posting $100 bail and a judge ordered her to have no contact with the victim, The Smoking Gun reported.
It’s not the first time Phelps took out her rage on a man who rejected her sexual propositions.
Back in September 2017, Phelps was arrested on a battery charge for allegedly smacking and scratching a man who did not want to have sexual relations with her, the website reported.
During that incident, Phelps and the victim had been drinking outside of a Florida home when Phelps started to get mad that the man did not want to fornicate, according to an arrest report obtained by The Smoking Gun.
“The defendant then started to scream and smack the victim. The defendant smacked the victim so hard on the right side of his face it left redness on his face,” the police document says.
The man pleaded with her to stop, threatening to call the cops and have her committed under Florida’s Baker Act, which “angered her more.”
“The defendant scratched the victim with her right hand on the victim’s right arm, which broke skin and caused the victim to bleed,” according to the arrest report.
In that case, Phelps told police that nothing happened and that she did not know why the man was bleeding.
It was not clear whether the victim in the 2017 incident was the same man as in this year’s Thanksgiving incident.
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