Battery Victim Initially Thought His Girlfriend Was "Being Rough Like '50 Shades Of Grey'"

A Florida Man told police that he thought his girlfriend was “being rough like ‘Fifty Shades of Grey’” when she began to slap him yesterday, but he eventually fled the couple’s apartment when the woman became more aggressive and left him “seeing stars” with a bump on his head, according to an arrest report.

Cops say after Nicole Onque, 21, and the 40-year-old victim returned to their Largo home early Monday morning after attending a festival, the pair argued when Onque was unable to locate her phone.

Though she would eventually find the device, Onque “was still upset.” The victim “attempted to sit at his desk and ignore the defendant,” an officer noted.

Onque allegedly then “began to slap the victim on the arms and back.” The man told cops he “initially believed the defendant was being rough like ‘Fifty Shades of Grey,’” the book-turned-movie about a sadomasochistic relationship.

When Onque’s blows became more aggressive, the victim said, he told her to stop. But Onque “continued to strike and scratch” him “hard enough to cause a sizable bump on his head” and “large scratches along his back.” The man said he told Onque he was “seeing stars” in an attempt to “get the defendant to stop” the 4:30 AM attack.

Onque was arrested for domestic battery, a misdemeanor, and booked into the county jail, from which she was released this afternoon on her own recognizance. Onque--apparently wearing festival facepaint--is pictured in the above mug shot.

Onque was charged last year with domestic battery for allegedly pushing her brother in the face during an argument. Prosecutors, though, declined to pursue the misdemeanor case.