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Woman cuts off ex-lover's scrotum for dumping her

A bitter woman grabbed her ex-boyfriend's scrotum and tore it. She has been sentenced to two years in Jail.

A woman was so bitter about her ex leaving her that she stormed his house and pulled out his penis and scrotum during a scuffle.

Christina Lorena Reber has been sentenced to two years in prison for the attack on the victim who was not named during the case.

Two days later after her boyfriend had broken up with her, 46-year-old Reber in a jealous rage and to confront him.

According to police report, Reber and her boyfriend had dated for eight months before the victim decided to break up with her.

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Police report says that the victim was working on his computer when Reber walked in unnoticed and started punching him on the head.

During the fight that ensued, Reber grabbed her former lover’s testicular and began “squeezing as hard as she could.”

A police officer revealed that when he visited the victim at the Ball Memorial Hospital he noticed that he blood on his t-shirt and “a long wide tear on his scrotum” which had been “completely torn loose from his body”

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