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Florida woman, 21, in jail after ‘choking her boyfriend and squeezing his genitals until they bled’ – Katie Lee Pitchford, went into meltdown during heated argument after boyfriend ‘saw text messages on her phone planning to go on a date with an old friend’

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Katie Lee Pitchford,was arrested on June 4 after she squeezed her boyfriend’s genitals so hard they bled during an argument
Pitchford, 21, of Orlando Florida, and the victim have been dating for nearly three years and were living together in Indian Harbour Beach 
The man called police with a report that Pitchford became ‘enraged’ and assaulted him while he was sleeping, hitting him with her fists and a brush, choking him, and scratching his face 
He told police she grabbed him ‘by his balls and squeezed them until they bled’  
She claims that her boyfriend became jealous after he saw text messages on her phone of date plans with an old friend, but says they never fought physically 
Pitchford, a hairstylist, was arrested for domestic battery and violating her probation
She was arrested in Oct, 2017 for theft from a vehicle and resisting arrest with violence. In Nov 2017, she was again arrested  for resisting an officer with violence 
She is being held at the Brevard County Sheriff’s office without bond and barred from contacting the victim except under supervision to collect her belongings
Katie Lee Pitchford 8Pitchford [2017 mugshot], was arrested Oct 2017 for theft from a motor vehicle and resisting an officer with violence.  A month later she was again arrested for resisting an officer with violence
A month before that in October 2017 she was also arrested for theft from a motor vehicle and resisting an officer with violence. 
She maintained to police that their fight was only verbal. 
Once handcuffed and placed in the police squad car she reportedly ‘asked if she could talk to the victim because she wanted to say she was sorry.’
She was detained by the Brevard County Sheriff’s office on no bond and will appear in court on June 25.
While Pitchford wanted to give her apologies, a Brevard County Judge ordered her to have no contact with the victim. The judge only granted her permission to return to the victim’s home to retrieve her belongings if she is accompanied by police
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