Criminal Charge Dropped Against Woman Busted For Mauling Her Husband's Private Parts

Prosecutors have declined to pursue a criminal charge against a Pennsylvania woman who was arrested for allegedly leaving her spouse with “puncture marks and scratch marks” on his genitals following a 1:45 AM shower confrontation.

Abigail Geiger, 22, was charged with simple assault following a mid-September fight with her husband David inside the couple’s residence in Lititz, a Lancaster County town.

As reported in a probable cause affidavit, David “received puncture marks and scratch marks to his genitals” when Abigail grabbed him “in an effort to stop him from leaving the shower.” Abigail told cops that she had been arguing with her husband in the shower.

David was treated at a local hospital for injuries suffered during the September 19 incident.

According to court records, the district attorney’s office withdrew the assault charge against Abigail (pictured above) on December 28. No reason was given for dropping the misdemeanor rap.

The Geigers, parents to an infant daughter, celebrate their first wedding anniversary next month.