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SC Woman Squeezes Man's Testicles To Point of Bleeding: Report

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Jennifer Singletary was arrested for Criminal Domestic Violence after her ex-roomate says she squeezed his testicles to the point of bleeding. Jennifer Singletary was arrested for Criminal Domestic Violence after her ex-roomate says she squeezed his testicles to the point of bleeding.
Spartanburg Sheriff's Office Report Spartanburg Sheriff's Office Report
Woodruff, S.C. - Spartanburg Sheriff's Office report says a Woodruff, SC man told officers his drunken ex-roomate squeezed his testicles to the point of bleeding during a fight.

The report says Sonny Dolquist told deputies his roomate of two years, Jennifer Singletary was moving out. Dolquist told deputies she came back to the home on Kilgore Bridge Rd in Woodruff to remove her belongings.

The deputy reports that Singletary appeared to be extremely intoxicated.

Dolquist told deputies Singletary wanted to come inside and he told her no. He says Singletary forced her way into the home and began throwing things and hitting him in the face. 

The report says a man who came with Singletary told deputies that Dolquist threw Singletary toward the door and picked her up and threw her on the porch.

The deputy reports he found no injuries on Singletary.

Singletary was arrested for Criminal Domestic Violence.
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