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Domestic Violence-Related Assault Charges Arise Following Threesome

Everyone has heard of a "drug deal gone bad," but few have heard of a "threesome gone bad." Then again, when two of the threesome participants are cousins, you could say that it never had a chance of "going well." Assault charges have been filed against a Myrtle Beech man in the aftermath of a threesome involving Terry Antone Jenkins, his girlfriend and her female cousin. A man who apparently has no qualms about his girlfriend having sex with her blood relative has to draw a line somewhere. His girlfriend having sex with her cousin is just fine, as long as Mr. Jenkins is involved, but his girlfriend having sex with her cousin, without him involved, just goes to far. terryjenkins.jpg

Mr. Jenkins' girlfriend related that on September 8, 2013, she and her cousin decided to have a threesome with Mr. Jenkins. After Mr. Jenkins had "finished," the two women continued to have oral sex with each other. This enraged Mr. Jenkins for some reason, who allegedly pulled his girlfriend out of bed by her hair, and then hit her head and face and kicked her in the abdomen. Where is security guard Steve Wilkos from the "Jerry Springer Show" when you need him? Jenkins insisted to police that he merely verbally expressed his disappointment that the two continued to have sex without him. The police did not buy his story, given visible injuries to both Mr. Jenkins and his girlfriend.

After bailing out of jail, Jenkins returned home and assaulted his girlfriend yet again. He is also accused of taking her car without her permission, which in Pennsylvania is known as "unauthorized use of a motor vehicle," a much less serious crime than "theft of a motor vehicle." The fact that Jenkins assaulted his girlfriend so soon after posting bail underscores why some jurisdictions now have a mandatory ""cooling off period," before allowing defendants charges with domestic violence-related offenses to post bail.

Matt McClenahen is a criminal defense attorney in State College, Pennsylvania, home of Penn State University. He has extensive experience in representing both those accused of domestic violence as well as domestic violence victims, who often end up with their own criminal charges. http://www.mattmlaw.com/Criminal-Defense-Overview/Assault-Defense.shtml

Source: http://www.thesmokinggun.com/documents/threesome-goes-bad-678954

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