From hot to heartache
Kink, BDSM, swinging, and poly relationships have become more and more popular of late. Some people seem to be embracing their sexuality and not feeling guilty for wanting more than just something vanilla. Not to mention that spicing things up is getting easier and easier with the internet! As long as any adult playtime is consensual, you do you. For those starting out, jealousy is normal, but should be communicated before anything physical happens.
Then again, jealousy is an ingrained emotion for many of us. Some people don’t want to “share,” let alone have their SO even look at someone else. Jealousy can make us do ridiculous things like snoop in texts or n Facebook, follow them around, or even physically hurt them.
Even if we do have a degree of jealousy in us, we agree to things in the moment under pressure, especially under the influence of alcohol. That’s what happened to this Michigan couple when they agreed to go to another couple’s house for some swapping action. Possessiveness reared its ugly head and one of the guests snapped. Now, she’s behind bars.
All fun and games?
Bay County, Michigan’s Sheriff’s deputies responded to complaint at about 10:30pm on Thursday, September 21.
The officers arrived to see a Dodge Caravan and Amber K. Schomaker, 28, in front of the home. Amber was trying to break into the house with a screwdriver.
Also with her was her husband, an unnamed 33-year-old man, who was bleeding from a forehead wound.
So what was going on?
The police said that Amber was with her husband and another couple at a swingers party. Allegedly the husband had gone upstairs with the other woman. Meanwhile, Amber remained downstair’s with the woman’s fiancé. There are no reports if they had engaged in any sexual activity.
It is not yet known how long Amber’s husband was alone with the other woman, but when the pair came back downstair, Amber struck him and ran outside.
She had reportedly drank almost a fifth of vodka that night and had a blood alcohol level of 0.156, so her jealous tantrum was aided by alcohol impairment.
Amber’s husband, the woman, and her fiancé all ran outside after her. Obviously still furious, Amber jumped into the minivan and sped over the sidewalk, heading towards the trio.
The young woman called 911 to report Amber, who is said to have sped away after her husband and other man barely jumped out of the way of the vehicle.
Back to the Scene
Amber left, but returned to the house shortly after with the screwdriver to attack her husband. He was found with deep cut to his forehead, bloody scratch marks on his right shoulder, a bite mark on his left shoulder, and was bleeding from his mouth, court records show.
Amber had a scratch down the middle of her back and a swollen right cheek, according to MLIVE.
Deputies arrested both Amber and her husband. Apparently, her husband was detained for violating a personal protection order. The protected person? Amber.
While on the way to the County Jail, Amber threatened to sue the deputies for false arrest. She also said that she hoped one of deputy’s wife was cheating on him.
“While in intake, Amber continued to be rude and agitated toward jail staff by kicking the doors, yelling, and taking her clothes off,” a deputy wrote in his report.
She was arraigned on three counts of assault with a dangerous weapon, which is a four-year felony, a single count of domestic violence, and second-offense operating a motor vehicle while intoxicated.
Read more Daily Mail‘s coverage of this story here.
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