A Glendale woman who stripped naked to have sex with her boyfriend after he came home was arrested after the man refused and she allegedly went on a bloody tirade, court paperwork stated.
Ashley Prenovost, 24, was yelling and screaming and still naked when she was detained early Monday while trying to flee the home through the garage, court documents said.
Police were called shortly after midnight to the home at 11026 N. 54th Dr. and found the woman extremely intoxicated, according to a probable cause statement.
When her boyfriend refused to have sex, Prenovost became verbally aggressive and woke up their 4-month-old daughter, police said.
She picked up the infant and began running around the house yelling and screaming, court documents stated. At one point, the infant hit her head on a dresser in the master bedroom, court paperwork stated.
Police said Prenovost then punched two holes in her daughter's bedroom wall and punched a picture hanging on the wall in the hallway. Glass shattered and injured both of Prenovost's hands.
Officers said when they arrived, they could hear Prenovost, who was still naked, yelling inside home.
Prenovost was booked into jail on charges of child and adult abuse, aggressive assault on a minor, endangerment, assault with intent to injure, criminal damage and disorderly conduct.
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