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Report: Woman attacks boyfriend after he refuses sex

Tabathia Grooms is charged with simple battery. (Source: Richmond Co. Sheriff's Office) Tabathia Grooms is charged with simple battery. (Source: Richmond Co. Sheriff's Office)
AUGUSTA, GA (WFXG) -

An Augusta woman was arrested after she attacked her boyfriend for refusing to have sex with her. 

Tabathia Lee Grooms, 35, came home around 11:30 p.m. on June 24 and attacked her boyfriend while he was sitting on the couch, according to a Richmond County Sheriff's Office incident report. She said she was angry that he refused her advances earlier that day, so she scratched him on the face, head and neck, then bit him on the arm. He ran into a bathroom and called 911. 

When deputies responded to the house on Haynie Drive, Grooms would not give her name at first and threatened to run over a deputy with a baby stroller, according to the incident report. She admitted she had been drinking. 

Grooms also punched her 66-year-old mother in the eye during the ordeal, according to the incident report. 

Grooms was arrested and charged with simple battery family violence. She was booked at the Richmond County jail. 

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