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Florida Woman Stabs Boyfriend in Eye for Denying Her Threesome Request

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La Crystal King-Woolfork walked into the bedroom with another woman ready to offer her boyfriend a threesome. She left the bedroom in handcuffs -- and not the fun kind.

On September 26, King-Woolfork, of Indian River County, was out with her lady friend at a club called Shake Your Booty. She told police they were "having a good time." The two then went to King-Woolfork's boyfriend's house seeking some three-way action around 4 a.m.

The man was asleep at that time, but that didn't stop the women. According to Off the Beat, the women began performing oral sex on each other. The boyfriend awoke and watched the display.

King-Woolfork wanted to take things a little further and asked her man to have sex with her and her friend, but he declined. So the other woman left, and the couple got into an argument.

King-Woolfork grabbed a knife. Her boyfriend hopped out of bed and started fighting over the knife. Eventually, he ended up getting stabbed in the eye.

King-Woolfork denied she was responsible for the stabbing, but she admitted to hitting her boyfriend in the face with a metal candle holder and smashing her cell phone over his head. She says the man, however, stomped her on the head and punched her in the nose.

Police ended up arresting King-Woolfork for attempted murder.

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