Woman tricks her former boyfriend to come to her home where she beat up his new wife


Kengela C. Floyd 
By: Wayne Morin

Police in Florida, were called after a woman lured her former boyfriend to her home so that she can beat up his new wife.

Avery Fulmore told Tavares police officers that his former girlfriend, 22-year-old Kengela C. Floyd, called him to pick up their daughter.

Floyd told him that their daughter had gotten into trouble at school. Fulmore drove to her home with his wife in the car.

Fulmore told officers that his wife waited in the car as he entered the apartment to talk to his daughter. Meanwhile, his former girlfriend went outside to talk to his wife.

When the father questioned the child about what happened at school, she told him she did not get into any trouble, but her mother wanted him to come over so she can fight with his new wife.

Fulmore ran outside and found his daughter’s mother attacking his wife. Floyd had his wife pinned against the car.

Fulmore called the police, and separated the two women. When he managed to get his wife into the car, Floyd started hitting and biting him.

Officers noted that all three had scratches and bruises while Fulmore had a few bite marks.

Fulmore soon learned that his former girlfriend was the one who got into trouble at school. According to the police report, officers were called to his daughter’s school after Floyd got into a physical altercation with a teacher and they wanted her banned from the campus.

Floyd was arrested and charged with two counts of simple battery and resisting arrest. She was booked into the Lake County jail, and bail was set at $13,000.