A 12-year-old girl was assaulted this week after she allegedly looked at a grown woman's boyfriend. No, this isn't a joke. There are in fact white trash people of this caliber who think it's okay to beat on a child out of a jealous rage. The New Haven, CT woman now gets this dirty smear on her record, and hopefully her boyfriend thinks twice about committing with this nut.
The girl was assaulted at a birthday party when 24-year-old Candace Kiley accused her of looking at her man. See, it isn't even fully known whether or not the preteen really was ogling the 30-year-old boyfriend of the obviously insecure woman. But one thing is for certain, she doesn't care who looks, she isn't going to take it. That's a real shame, because it's totally normal for preteen girls to check out older guys, as well as guys their age, as they begin to develop hormonally.
Who here doesn't remember thinking an older siblings friend or boyfriend was attractive? Who here isn't guilty of having crushes on "unobtainable" guys? Truly, Candace Kiley needs a reality check, and hopefully this arrest served that to her adequately, but it's doubted.
Candace Kiley reportedly grabbed the 12-year-old girl by her hair and slammed her into the floor until family members pulled her off of the child. The girl suffered head trauma as well as an asthma attack that was triggered by the brutal attack. This is a story of an adult woman assaulting a child for no reason other than she believed the girl was looking at her boyfriend. From the look of this ham beast's mug shot, it is probably safe to say that she'd dig her claws desperately into any man who gives her attention, but hopefully this man is sane enough to recognize her behavior as a dangerous red-flag.
It'd be interesting to see what this guy looks like.
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