Most street fight videos are blurry, jumpy, vertical cell phone clips that are only worth watching for the knockout punch. They capture none of the emotion involved in a fight. But what happens when an aspiring filmmaker with some top-notch equipment comes across a domestic disturbance that’s worked its way outside? Presenting Let Me Go Tiff, a fight video worthy of the Cannes film festival.
Wealthy newspaper heiress Anne Scripps married handsome gold-digger Scott Douglas and all too soon became a battered wife, the victim of his alcohol-fueled rages, terrified of the man she once loved. Sadly for Anne, she was not nearly terrified enough.
When it comes to politics, it is often impossible to convince people when they are wrong. For example Maricopa County woman Holly Solomon, 28, who was arrested for running over her husband, Daniel Solomon, last week because he re-elected President Obama, was wrong on so many levels.
Texas man Stephen Michael Place, 41, went for the gold by assaulting his ex-wife while driving under the influence of drugs. Luckily he was unable to sustain both activities for long, and wound up crashing his Beemer into a tree.
Police in Horry County, South Carolina, responded to a call about a domestic disturbance to find the victim’s son at home, who told them that his mother had stabbed his father. Turns out that she was saving the world from "Satan’s spawn." Go figure.
This unnamed woman was arrested for domestic assault. Maybe he was making fun of her eyebrows.
Two instances of domestic violence show that both women and men can be effective aggressors.
Speedy Florida man arrested for smacking his live-in boyfriend in the face for listening to too much Alanis Morissette. The victim confirms that he was listening to Alanis, but not that it was too much. Isn’t that ironic?
A domestic dispute in which long-time fiancée Elizabeth Trujillo accused William J. Drayton, aka Flavor Flav, of infidelity became violent early Wednesday morning at the couple’s home. No one was seriously injured.
Renee Bishop-McKean of Everett, Washington, was convicted of first-degree assault and attempted murder by a jury of her peers on September 20, 2012. Today she was sentenced to 18 years in prison.