A woman is accused of biting her ex-boyfriend so hard he is permanently disfigured, according to an Orangeburg County Sheriff’s Office incident report.
Laporsha Moniquia Brown, 26, of 19705 Solomon Blatt Avenue North, Blackville, is charged with first-degree assault and battery.
A warrant accuses her of biting the man on his left forearm and face.
It alleges when Brown bit the man’s face, she “removed the flesh from the left cheek.”
The man told deputies that he and Brown ended their relationship in September 2017, according to the report. She continued to visit his Festival Trail Road home in Salley even though he didn’t want her to, he said.
On April 29, 2018, Brown arrived at his residence with her aunt, grandmother and two cousins in a tan Nissan Sentra with a Texas license plate, the man said.
He said that Brown exited the vehicle because she saw another vehicle at his residence.
She refused to leave, Brown told deputies.
She ran behind the house in an attempt to get inside, but the door was locked, according to the report.
The woman allegedly returned from behind the house with a pitchfork in her hand and attempted to strike the man with it.
Her family members attempted to restrain her, but she broke free, the report states.
The man said that he and Brown ended up in a tussle on the ground and that’s when she allegedly bit him on his left check and arm.
The wound on the man’s face required immediate medical attention and about three inches of flesh was missing from his face, the report states.
The man initially received treatment at the Regional Medical Center. Medics transferred him to a Columbia hospital for additional treatment.
The woman told deputies that the man asked her to leave his residence, the report said. She said that as prepared to leave, he pushed her down and told her that he was calling police.
She alleged that she told the man she was leaving, but that he got on top of her.
The report states that she told deputies that’s when she bit him on his arm.
She never told deputies that she bit him on his face, according to the report.
The report also states that when deputies asked her for her birthdate and address that she provided conflicting information.
If convicted, she faces up to 10 years in prison.
In an unrelated sheriff’s office incident report, an Orangeburg man called deputies at 12:58 p.m. Thursday to report that he gave an unknown female a ride and, when they arrived at a location in the 1400 block of Five Chop Road, she stole his macaroni and cheese, lottery ticket and drinks.
The value of the stolen items is $10.