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Cops: Fla. woman attacks boyfriend after bad sex

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(CBS) BRADENTON, Fla. - A Florida woman allegedly attacked her boyfriend because he had an orgasm during sex and she did not, CBS Tampa Bay reports. 

So is her arrest the anti-climax?

Esric Davis, 30, told authorities that he and Raquel Gonzalez, 24, were having sex Monday when "[he] climaxed and Raquel did not."

"At that time, she became upset and began hitting and scratching him, causing scratches near his eye and nose," according to documents from the Manatee County Sheriff's Office.  "[Davis] also stated that this is not the first time she has been physical with him, and that she... 'goes off' frequently."

Davis blamed Gonzalez's aggression on personal issues rooted in her reportedly troubled past. The Smoking Gun learned that alcohol may have also been a part of the equation.

Gonzalez also claimed injury to police.

"I have scratches on me too from where he tried to restrain me when I lost it," she was quoted as saying in the incident report.

Gonzalez was arrested and charged with felony domestic battery and remanded to the Manatee County jail, according to the Georgia Daily News.

  • Crimesider Staff

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