In what can only be described as a complete nightmare, a drunken woman punched a dog to death after her ex-partner refused her advances.
Authorities say 25-year-old Natasha Brown picked up the Terrier dog off the sofa, punched it four times in the head with force, and the dog was screaming before going limp.
After that, Brown grabbed her ex by the throat, hit her head against the wall, bit her, and moved on to the woman’s 82-year-old uncle, whom she pushed over.
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It all happened in the U.K., where Brown met with her ex-partner to discuss getting some items back.
Though things were fine at first, the situation escalated with Brown drinking a large bottle of wine and other alcoholic beverages.
She tried to kiss and cuddle with her ex-partner who refused her advances, asking Brown to leave.
This angered Brown, who became aggressive and took it out on the dog and everyone around her. Brown’s ex called the police and upon arrival, the dog was shaking uncontrollably.
Despite being taken for emergency care, he suffered a brain bleed and injured leg and was beyond saving.
The Sunderland Echo reports Brown stating, “I punched the dog because I couldn’t punch my ex – I’m sorry I didn’t mean to hurt her.”
Brown’s lawyer reports this client has mental health issues and took a cocktail of medication and alcohol before “snapping.”
She received several charges including assault and unnecessary suffering to an animal.
Brown must serve 24 weeks in jail but it is suspended for 24 months, and has a two-year restraining order in addition to monetary charges.
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