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S.C. Woman Allegedly Attacked Girlfriend Over Lost Sex Toy

by Jason St. Amand

National News Editor

Monday December 3, 2012

A South Carolina woman has been charged with misdemeanor assault and battery after she allegedly attacked her girlfriend with an ironing board over an argument about a misplaced sex toy, the Smoking Gun reports.

On Thanksgiving Day Arteesha Donaldson and her girlfriend Latoya Hudson argued about a lost detachable latex penis but the fight escalated and sparked Donaldson to throw an ironing board at her girlfriend.

Police in Rock Hill S.C., which is about 25 miles south of Charlotte, responded to the domestic disturbance at the couple's home. Hudson told the authorities that Donaldson was looking for the sex toy but became upset when she couldn't find it. According to the police report, Hudson insists her girlfriend threw the board at her but Donaldson says she threw it to the floor.

Donaldson's brother allegedly joined in on the fight and gave Hudson a sore head but she refused to go to the hospital. Donaldson admits to engaging in "mutual combat" with Hudson but did not harm her girlfriend with the ironing board.

Unfortunately, the fake penis was never found, according to reports.

A sex toy was at the center of some controversy earlier this year when a gay couple from Virginia filed a lawsuit against Continental Airlines and claimed that the company's employees humiliated them by taping their dildo to the outside of their luggage.

Christopher Bridgeman and Martin Borger claim the airline's workers went through their persona luggage, took their dildo out of their bag and taped it to their luggage, which humiliated them as everyone in baggage claim could see the sex toy. A spokesperson for Continental, however, said an investigation was conducted by there was no support for the couple's accusations.

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