Florida man arrested for punching his girlfriend for changing channel during Super Bowl
Written by kslmadmin on February 11, 2021
Alachua County Sheriff deputies found blood droplets on the ground and on the wall as well as the victim with cuts on her face and chin, a bloody nose and a swollen wrist and hand.
White told police that he was angered by the victim “running her mouth,” and he was reacting in self-defense after his girlfriend allegedly slapped him and swung at him.
Police said White had no visible injuries and his self-defense claim was “not consistent with physical evidence.”
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