Southern States Violent Crime

Katherine Nieves-Tavarez Allegedly Slashes Man’s Face For Refusing to Have Sex with Her

Katherine Nieves-Tavarez Allegedly Slashes Man's Face
Katherine Nieves-Tavarez Allegedly Slashes Man's Face For Refusing to Have Sex with Her

A Florida woman is accused of cutting a man’s face with a kitchen knife after he refused to have sex with her, TCPalm reports.

The suspect, Katherine Nieves-Tavarez, 27, is charged with aggravated battery with a deadly weapon after an incident at her Vero Beach apartment Thursday, according to a police report.

Officers responded to the home around 3:30 a.m. and found the victim standing in the doorway with his face covered in blood.

“She hit me with a knife…I can’t see,” the man told police, according to the newspaper.

He was later hospitalized to treat several cuts on his face, an arrest report states.

Nieves-Tavarez was booked at the Indian River County Jail where she is being held on $15,000 bond.
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