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Girlfriend stabs boyfriend in eye after he refuses 3-way sex

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Updated: 10/13/2013 9:27 pm
WEST PALM BEACH, Fla. -- Authorities say a Vero Beach woman stabbed her boyfriend in the eye when he refused her invitation to three-way sex. The incident sent him to the hospital and her to jail.

La Crystal King Woolfork, 28, remains in the Indian River Jail facing an attempted murder charge two weeks after the bloody scuffle. A judge set bail at $100,000, according to jail records.

The arrest capped an evening that began Sept. 25 at Shake Your Booty club. Woolfork told investigators that she and a girlfriend partied there and came home to 28th Court in Vero Beach about 4 a.m., according to her arrest report.

She told police that she and her friend began performing oral sex on one another and then Woolfork woke her boyfriend, telling him she wanted him to have sex with them — and he said no.

The boyfriend, whose named is being withheld by authorities, said Woolfork became angry, grabbed a knife and stabbed him in the eye.

He told them he struggled to disarm her and eventually grabbed the knife, hid it under his mattress, ran away and got a ride to the hospital.

Woolfork, who is on probation for a previous felony, said she grabbed the knife in fear of her boyfriend, but denied stabbing him with it. Instead she said that they struggled. In that struggle, he cut her and stomped on her head several times. She said she broke her cell phone on his head and later hit him several times in the face with a candle holder.

At 5:25 a.m., Woolfork called 911, but then refused to cooperate with law enforcement, her arrest report said.

At 5:46 a.m., officials at Indian River Medical Center called 911 to report a stabbing victim.

Crime scene technicians did retrieve a knife.
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