Pregnant Woman Allegedly Stabs Boyfriend For Looking At A Photo Of Another Woman

Julitza Emily Gonzalez allegedly got into a violent altercation with her boyfriend after his roommate showed him another woman's picture on his phone, but she claims he may have fallen on a knife. 

By Gina Tron

A pregnant Florida woman is accused of stabbing her boyfriend after she said she caught him looking at a photo of another woman on his roommate’s cell phone.

Julitza Emily Gonzalez, 25, was arrested Thursday and charged with aggravated battery with a deadly weapon for allegedly stabbing her boyfriend in his Zephyrhills home, according to a Pasco County Sheriff’s Office arrest report obtained by Oxygen.com.

Gonzalez was at the victim’s home when the his roommate showed the victim a photograph of another woman. The roommate told the victim he planned to see that woman that night, according to the arrest report.

This conversation allegedly sparked violence.

"The defendant became irate and started to argue with the victim," according to the arrest report. The two argued in the victim's room and the roommate later recalled that at some point he heard Gonzalez in the kitchen "going through drawers and could hear metal clinging like she was in the knife drawer."

Julitza Emily Gonzalez

Not long after, the victim ran into his roommate’s room with a stab wound in his abdomen, according to the arrest report.

The roommate told investigators the victim told him, "That bitch just stabbed me, call the cops!"

Gonzalez allegedly entered the room after him, stood over the victim and asked, “Why would you look at that girl on the phone?”

The victim is the father of Gonzalez’ unborn child. He had to be airlifted for treatment. His condition is not known.

Gonzalez has also been treated, but for anxiety. She has denied stabbing her boyfriend and instead claims he might have fallen on the knife.

It’s not clear if she has a lawyer who can speak on her behalf.

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