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Another FL Woman Attacks Boyfriend for Refusing to Have Sex

By Andrew Chow, Esq. on May 04, 2012 9:45 AM

Late-night TV or sex with your girlfriend? A Florida man chose TV -- and then called the cops after his rejected lover attacked him in a fit of rage.

The dramatic confrontation began when the cohabitating couple returned to their Port St. Lucie, Fla., home after a night of drinking at a friend's house, the website The Smoking Gun reports.

It ended with the 27-year-old boyfriend running down the street dressed only in his underwear, and calling 911 with his girlfriend in hot pursuit.

Stacey Ann Ortiz, 34, faces a misdemeanor domestic battery charge after the couple's spat over refused sex.

After Ortiz and her boyfriend returned home, he decided to watch TV in bed, according to a police report. But Ortiz wanted him to have sex with her.

The boyfriend refused, and the ensuing argument escalated into a physical fight. Ortiz allegedly attacked her boyfriend, who allegedly head-butted her in return.

Ortiz then chased her boyfriend -- who was dressed only in his underwear -- downstairs, into the garage, and out into the street, the police report says. Ortiz also allegedly admitted to using a metal mop handle to smash the windshield of her boyfriend's truck.

Police determined Ortiz was the primary aggressor, and took her to jail. She is now free, but has a court appearance May 8, The Smoking Gun reports.

Ortiz's attack is similar to another recent Florida case in which a woman also attacked her boyfriend over spurned sex. In both cases, the women were charged with domestic battery -- a crime punishable by jail time, probation, or community service in Florida.

Stacey Ann Ortiz could also face a vandalism charge for allegedly busting her boyfriend's truck windshield -- collateral damage in the girlfriend's alleged attack over refused sex.

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