Blaring Rihanna Album Triggers Domestic Attack
Cops: Mom bit daughter who sought to shut off music
APRIL 11--A Florida woman allegedly bit her daughter when the teenager sought to remove a Rihanna CD that had been blasting in the family’s Vero Beach home, police report.
Robyn Harr, 38, was busted last week on a misdemeanor domestic violence charge, according to an arrest affidavit. At the time of her collar, Harr, pictured at right, “had a very strong odor of an unknown alcoholic beverage emitting from her breath and her words were slurred,” cops noted.
Harr’s 17-year-old daughter told officers that her mother was “very intoxicated and has been being nasty all day” and “has been playing loud music in the house and would not turn it down.” The girl added that, “when she went to take the riahanna cd from the player her mom bit her in the leg.” An officer noted that the teen had a bite mark on her leg that “appeared to be very fresh.”
Harr admitted that, “I bit her,” according to the affidavit. She claimed to have chomped her child after being attacked by the teen. Cops, however, detected no sign of a struggle in the home’s living room. Additionally, earlier that day, cops had been called to the residence several times due to Harr “being intoxicated.”
Free on $500 bond, Harr is due for an April 24 court appearance.
The arrest affidavit does not indicate which Rihanna album was playing when the alleged biting occurred. Along with enjoying the pop star’s music, Harr shares a first name with Rihanna, whose real name is Robyn Fenty. (1 page)