Though, to be fair, he looks like he deserves it, just on general purposes. What a dorky looking set of tats!
A stick-thin model was arrested for beating up her clothing- and shoe-designer boyfriend in the couple’s luxurious Manhattan apartment over the weekend, law enforcement sources said Monday.
Natalie Suarez, who has done photo shoots for magazines such as Glamour and Vogue, punched and kicked Jordan Adoni, 31, in their pad at a West 42nd Street high-rise Friday, according to court records.
The 5-foot-10, 125-pound Suarez, 24, also pulled Adoni’s hair and dug her nails into his face, leaving him with scratch marks and bruises, court papers say.
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“I’m f–king getting you arrested!” she yelled at Adoni, who waited until Saturday to report the domestic spat, sources said.I'm glad we got the fashion report to go along with arrest report.
Police showed up to the Silver Towers apartment complex Sunday and cuffed Suarez, who was charged with misdemeanor assault and aggravated harassment.
She was released without bail at Manhattan Criminal Court, where she appeared wearing black skinny jeans and a long top coat.
She is a skinny little thing, but you know, a lucky punch can kill anyone, and fingernail in the eyeballs isn't that good either.
There is a basic asymmetry between the capability of the two sexes regarding violence. Men are generally larger, more muscular and frankly, ready for violence hormonally. However,
Female on male crime is surprisingly common, rarely reported, and even more rarely seriously punished. The usual attitude by women is that the men had it coming, and men tend to take the attitude that it's not serious, and any man who gets hurt wasn't worthy anyway.
But even a slap on her wrist might break it.
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