Woman, 20, Suspected Of Battering Boyfriend Claims He Was Injured During "Freaky Sex"
A woman suspected of scratching her boyfriend’s face and neck claimed that the man’s wounds occurred as they engaged in “freaky sex,” an explanation that was rejected by Florida cops who arrested her for domestic battery.
According to police, Miracle Graves, 20, tangled Sunday with Harry Johnson in the St. Petersburg apartment shared by the couple (who have dated for three years).
When police arrived at the residence, Graves “stated she was having ‘Freaky sex,’” while Johnson “denied any consensual sex.” While Johnson was uncooperative with cops, he did advise that Graves “would not allow him to leave for work,” according to an arrest affidavit.
An investigator noted that Johnson had abrasions and minor lacerations on his neck, face, right arm, and right foot. Graves “had no apparent trauma marks at this time,” reported Deputy Jason Evarts.
Pictured above, Graves was arrested and booked into the county jail, where she remains locked up in lieu of $2000 bond. Graves’s rap sheet includes multiple prior battery and disorderly intoxication busts.