Be Prepared To Wince At The Misfortune Of One Poor Pierced South Carolina Guy
South Carolina cops are investigating a domestic dispute that turned bloody Monday night when a South Carolina woman bit down on a stud in her boyfriend’s tongue and ripped the jewelry out of his mouth, “splitting his tongue in half.”
According to a Spartanburg County Sheriff’s Office report, Johnathan Batton, 25, was moving out of the residence he had shared with Casey Crump, 21, when the couple began to quarrel. Crump allegedly “became physical,” and ripped Batton’s t-shirt off and repeatedly scratched his arm and face.
Then, while they were standing face to face, Batton stuck his tongue at Crump. At that point, a deputy reported, “Johnathan said his tongue was pierced with a stud and when he stuck his tongue out at Casey she reached forward and with her mouth ripped the piercing out of his tongue, splitting his tongue in half.”
Crump then reportedly used a pair of jumper cables to whip Batton on the leg, while forcing her three-year-old daughter to stand in front of his truck so it could not leave. Crump is pictured above in a mug shot taken after her arrest last February for domestic violence.
During an appearance Monday night before a magistrate judge, a sheriff’s deputy was told that “Casey needs to be interviewed prior to seeking a warrant” for her arrest.