A young woman from Barcelona is being judged for tearing out her boyfriend’s tongue in a “last kiss” after he allegedly told her he wanted to end the relationship; the Spanish prosecutor’s office requested eight years in prison for Adaia López.
Both began their relationship after getting acquainted on a dating website in December 2016. After two months, the couple put an end to the relationship.
The couple managed to reconcile, however, episodes of tension were repeated.
On June 27, 2017, Adaia and her ex-boyfriend, who has not been identified, had a fight that ended with the girl leaving her boyfriend’s house.
Minutes later she returned with another tone and apologized before asking for one last kiss. The man agreed and at that moment the woman ripped his tongue out and spat it on the ground.
Adaia left the place, leaving the man to bleed. A neighbor intervened quickly and managed to be transferred to the hospital to stop the bleeding.
While the prosecutor asks for 8 years in prison; the boyfriend’s defense asks for 10 years when contemplating the aggravating circumstance of treachery.
Adaia reported that her ex-boyfriend mistreated her and requested a year in jail for him, stating that his testimony is false and that she does not suffer from personality disorders or instability.
She accuses the man of attacking her, which led to her ripping his tongue out in self-defense. She said she fled because she was scared and went to ask for help.
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