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Bride-to-be belts groom over bachelor party lap dance

An 18-year-old South Kitsap woman was arrested for allegedly hitting her fiance after he received a lap dance at his bachelor’s party, the Kitsap County Sheriff’s Office reported.

According to the incident report, the 21-year-old groom-to-be came home very early Sunday morning after attending a bachelor’s party in Seattle and was confronted by his fiancee.

The victim told the responding deputy that his fiancee was already angry at him, but she “went crazy” when she found out about him receiving a lap dance at the party.

He said she threw a chair, a clock and a container of antacid tablets at him, then when he “grabbed her arm to calm her down,” he said she started slapping and hitting him. When the deputy asked how he had gotten the cut on his face, the victim said he did not remember, but it could have come from the suspect’s ring scratching him or from something she threw at him.

The victim said that he did not want to “get her in trouble, but he was tired of her acting that way” and he just wanted her to leave.

When another deputy spoke to the suspect, she said that her fiance had come home “bragging” about getting a lap dance and told her the woman was “better than her.” She said he then called her names and pushed her down.

The deputies then talked to witnesses, who said that the suspect was throwing things around the apartment, but that the victim had not pushed her down.

The deputies determined that the woman was the “primary aggressor,” and placed her under arrest. She was booked into Kitsap County Jail for fourth-degree assault.

She posted $5,000 bail and was released.

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