Gay couple turns call into snatch and smack

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Bitch-slapping brawls with your soon-to-be-ex are, sadly, nothing new. But how does loving bliss turn into a domestic dispute? Ask this East Atlanta lesbian, who tried to call her wife in front of her girlfriend.

The 39-year-old woman swears that the call to her wife in California was simply to wish her happy birthday. But the woman's girlfriend, who shares a Flat Shoals Road home with her, objected. You can't really blame her. But one bad choice leads to another, which leads to the cops getting called.

From Creative Loafing's Blotter Diva:

In East Atlanta, a 39-year-old woman wanted to call her wife in California and wish her a happy birthday. Her desire to call her wife did not go over well with the 39-year-old's live-in girlfriend. (They share a home on Flat Shoals Road.) The women got into a huge verbal spat — the 39-year-old really wanted to wish her wife a happy birthday and the live-in girlfriend was outraged that her partner would even consider such a betrayal. The 39-year-old decided to tweak her plan — she'd walk down the street to an East Atlanta gas station and call her wife from there with her cell phone. Her live-in girlfriend stomped after her. As soon as the 39-year-old dialed her wife, her girlfriend snatched the cellphone from her hands and used the cellphone to smack her partner's face and legs. The enraged girlfriend kept yelling into the cell phone, “WHO IS THIS? WHO IS THIS?”

In a final bitch move, the wife-calling woman decided to call the cops on her live-in girlfriend for smacking her face with her cell phone. The live-in girlfriend ran away before cops arrived, so she put out a warrant for her live-in girlfriend. Hope the call was worth it.

They always run. But they always come back. Sometimes with a box cutter. Or their friends.


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