It seems Chelsea Harrison, 23, of Zephyrhillis, Fla., decided that her ex-boyfriend Terry Nowakowski, 20, had stepped over the line when he stepped outside of their shared home to call his current girlfriend. So she locked him out. When he removed the screen and poked his head in the window, she allegedly punched him in the face. So naturally, he broke down the door. But Harrison was more than ready for him. She had armed herself with a mounted deer head and charged Nowakowski. According to the police report, Harrison, "began striking him in the face and body with the ends of the antlers until she lost her grip dropping it to the floor." Nowakowski, whose face was reportedly cut, swollen and bruised, ran and called for help. Harrison, (pictured, smiling like the cat who swallowed the canary) denied the allegations. She was charged with domestic battery.
Harrison and Nowakowski, who own the home in common, have a daughter, 3, who witnessed the fight. The report states that they live together for financial reasons, and, "for the good of the child."