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Jennifer Brassard Arrested for Allegedly Throwing Frozen Pork Chop at Boyfriend

Jennifer Brassard a Florida woman was arrested over the weekend after deputies say she hit her boyfriend with a frozen pork chop.  Pasco County deputies say the incident involving 48-year-old Jennifer Brassard happened Friday night in Brooksville.  According to an arrest report, Brassard and the victim got into an argument around 9:45 in their home. 

At some point during the argument, deputies say Brassard threw a frozen pork chop at the victim.  The pork chop hit the man on his eyebrow and caused about a half-inch laceration, the arrest report says.  Deputies say Brassard left the scene after the argument. She was arrested the next day for domestic battery.


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