Notorious New Mexico Nipple Ripper Pleads Guilty To Attack On Daughter-In-Law

The New Mexico woman arrested for twisting off her daughter-in-law's nipple during a drunken brawl last year will avoid jail in a plea deal approved by her injured kin.

Amilia Oveide, 46, copped to an aggravated battery charge and was ordered to pay Marie Cadney’s medical bills (which totaled about $10,000). Cadney, 30, is the wife of Oveide’s son. Oveide, whose rap sheet includes a pair of felony convictions, was sentenced to three years probation as part of her July 1 plea agreement.

As detailed in a Las Cruces Police Department report guaranteed to make you wince, Cadney and the Oveides had “been drinking most of the night” on December 12 when an argument between mother and son became “very intense.”

Cadney told cops she sought to separate the duo, but began arguing with her mother-in-law. That is when Oveide “grabbed her right breast and began to squeeze and pull on her nipple,” said Cadney. Oveide, pictured in the above mug shot, let go only after her daughter-in-law began punching her in the face.

After physically removing Oveide from the apartment, Cadney felt fluid on her right breast, and noticed that there was blood on her shirt. According to the police report, “When she untucked her shirt she stated her nipple fell on the floor. She stated she picked it up, put into a bag securing it.”

Despite this unsettling discovery, Cadney waited two hours before deciding “she needed to go to the hospital,” where a doctor performed a reattachment procedure.