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Jealous Woman Slices Fiance’s Scrotum Using Her Diamond Engagement Ring





We all know infidelity is bad but how far are you willing to go to punish a partner who cheated on you? One angry woman brutally attacked her fiance after discovering his dirty act.

According to reports, Rachael Biscoe got so furious she decided to slice open Trevor Camp’s scrotum using her diamond engagement ring. She caught him semi-naked in bed and talking to his lover over the phone.

Rachael, who is 44 years old, accused her partner of cheating with another woman.

They got into a heated fight when she found him on the bed. The two grappled over the phone until they made it to the kitchen.

Trevor, who was naked from the waist down, eventually “felt a pain in his groin area and noticed he was bleeding heavily,” the Daily Mail wrote.

The other woman, who stayed on the phone throughout the fight, immediately alerted the authorities. He screamed over the phone:

“She’s got a knife and she sliced me.”

However, the police did not find any weapon in their Dorchester, Dorset home. Camp eventually admitted he was intoxicated and wasn’t sure what she used to attack him. Despite the intense pain, he managed to call an ambulance and he was immediately taken to a nearby hospital for treatment.

Meanwhile, Rachael went outside to walk their dog.

Trevor Camp and his alleged Chinese lover.

Prosecutor Elizabeth Valera said that the pair had been in a relationship for 6 years but things got messy after Rachael discovered he was having an affair.

In Trevor’s own confession:

“She found it hard to trust me and was suspicious of my movements.

“Although we’ve had a volatile relationship, I really did not expect her to be so vicious.”

Aside from cheating, Trevor also struggles with alcoholism and is a cross-dresser, things that Rachael ignored because she loved him.

Eventually, Valera confirmed that the victim’s injuries were caused by Rachael’s diamond engagement ring. After pleading guilty to the charges, Rachael, who was crying throughout the proceedings, was given a 4-month prison sentence suspended for 12 months.

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