A South Carolina woman was arrested for domestic violence after she allegedly beat her husband with nunchucks for refusing to have sex with her.
Police said Sondra Earle-Kelly, 51, of Rock Hill, South Carolina, assaulted her husband on Jan. 17 after he declined her request to have sex, the Charlotte Observer reported.
Kelly walked into the living room where her husband was watching TV and “asked him to go to bed with her," according to the police report obtained by the Observer. When he said no, she became enraged and allegedly starting throwing ceramic figures at him.
Her husband told police that his wife “kept coming at him, assaulting him with whatever she could pick up." Kelly eventually picked up a pair of nunchucks, which she used to hit him repeatedly in the face and head.
Blood was found on the walls of the couple’s apartment during the investigation.
Kelly had reportedly taken Xanax earlier that evening and told police that she did not know how the victim became wounded or how the apartment got to be in its poor condition. She also showed police cuts on her abdomen, which appeared to be self-inflicted.
She was taken to the hospital for treatment and then to the Rock Hill city jail. She was charged with criminal domestic violence of a high and aggravated nature. She was reportedly released from the York County Detention Center on $15,000 bond Jan. 18.