Don’t crash your car into this lesbian’s home

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Usually it's the gay boys with house drama. But for a lesbian couple in northwest Atlanta, a one-man wrecking crew and career criminal came crashing into their home. In a car.

Atlanta police say Sedrick Scott, 21, was driving with no lights about 2 a.m. on Tuesday — in a stolen car — and when officers attempted to stop him, Scott took off. And went on a spree of driving terror that included hitting a half-dozen cars, going airborne and crashing into the home Trisha Westbrook shares with her partner.

As Westbrook says in the video above, the crash “sounded like a bomb.”

Too bad Scott hadn't noticed the cops called off the chase when it hit high speeds. No one was seriously hurt, thankfully. But no word on how quickly the lesbian couple pulled out their power tools and got to work on the repairs.



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