Missouri Woman Allegedly Attacks Boyfriend, Sits On His Face After He Refuses Oral Sex

Amy Parrino has been charged with sexual assault and domestic abuse after allegedly assaulting her boyfriend in their Columbia, Missouri home. 

A Missouri woman enraged that her boyfriend refused to perform oral sex on her allegedly assaulted him and sat on his face, leading to felony charges.

Amy Nicole Parrino, 43, was arrested on the night of Dec. 2 after allegedly punching her boyfriend more than 25 times and hitting him with objects including a brass plate, a cell phone, and a belt in their Columbia, Missouri home. Parrino, who was naked during the altercation, allegedly chased her partner around the house while he repeatedly refused to consent to her sexual advances. The partner remains unnamed in reports.

The fight allegedly culminated in Parrino pinning her partner to the ground and sitting on his face. The victim said he could not breathe and was frightened for his life.

The victim told investigators that Parrina had demanded he "‘eat my p---y,’” according to a probable cause affidavit obtained by The Smoking Gun. The victim added that the situation made him "sick" and that he did not want to be sexual with Parrino. He suffered cuts on both arms and his face as a result of the attack.

The victim told police that violence between the two of them had recently been escalating and he feared for his safety.

After Parrino's arrest, she continued raging at the police station, breaking a phone at the facility and smearing fecal matter on the walls, Boone County Deputy Alex Bodine wrote in charging documents.

Parrino was charged with sexual abuse and domestic assault, both felonies, on Dec. 3. Parrino's bond has been set at $20,000, cash only, for the sexual abuse and domestic violence charges and $5,000 for the damage to jail property charge, according to The Columbia Tribune. She also has been barred from contacting the victim and prohibited from possessing firearms or weapons.

Parrino has no attorney listed and a date for a hearing has not been set.

[Photo: Boone County Sheriff’s Department]

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