SAN ANTONIO - A woman accused of beating and threatening to kill her ex-girlfriend for reactivating her Facebook profile is charged with aggravated assault with a deadly weapon.
Arrest documents state Floridelma Sanchez-Lopez, 31, had recently split from her girlfriend but the pair agreed to live together until Sanchez-Lopez's ex found another place to live.
Court documents state that Sept. 14, Sanchez-Lopez called the victim into the living room to talk and asked her if she had reactivated her Facebook page. According to an arrest affidavit, things got violent when the victim told Sanchez-Lopez she reactivated her page because they had broken up.
Sanchez-Lopez kicked the victim in the chest, punched her in the face and grabbed her by her hair and bottom lip, the affidavit states. The victim suffered injuries to her left eye socket and bottom lip, investigators noted in the affidavit.
Court documents state that the victim went to her bedroom to check on her child and call her boss for help and the victim's boss contacted police. When the victim told Sanchez-Lopez she was going to stay at a hotel, the arrest affidavit states Sanchez-Lopez allegedly grabbed a kitchen knife and pointed it at the victim while saying, "I'm going to kill you."
When authorities initially attempted to get in contact with Sanchez-Lopez, she refused to exit her home.
She was arrested Friday, online records show. She is charged with aggravated assault with a deadly weapon, a second-degree felony.
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