Woman ‘Squeezed Boyfriend’s Balls Until They Bled’: Katie Pitchford Wiki, Bio, Age, Family, Net Worth, Twitter, Instagram, Facebook, Fast Facts You Need to Know
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Woman ‘Squeezed Boyfriend’s Balls Until They Bled’: Katie Pitchford Wiki, Bio, Age, Family, Net Worth, Twitter, Instagram, Facebook, Fast Facts You Need to Know

Katie Pitchford Wiki

Katie Pitchford Wiki
Katie Lee Pitchford, 21, was arrested on June 4 after cops responded to reports of an assault at a home in Indian Harbour Beach, about 70 miles from Orlando.
Katie Lee has been arrested for squeezing her boyfriend’s genitals until they bled during a heated argument, cops say.

Her boyfriend called police at 3.47am saying his live-in girlfriend, who he’s been dating for nearly three years, assaulted him after she became ‘enraged’ during an argument, according to the police report.

When cops arrived at the scene the victim was found with his face bloodied and bruising.

In the arrest report, Pitchford claimed they got into a fight because she wanted to go on a date with an old friend and her boyfriend found out by seeing the text messages on her phone and became jealous. But she says the confrontation was only verbal – not physical.

Katie Lee Pitchford is accused of brutally assaulting her boyfriend.

Katie Pitchford was arrested on a domestic battery charge after the June 4 incident. According to court documents, Pitchford attacked her “live in a boyfriend” during the argument. “During the altercation, the defendant became enraged and struck her boyfriend with a brush,” police said.

Police said Pitchford continue to strike her boyfriend “with her fists” and “scratched the left side of his face.” Police said when they arrived, the victim had blood running down the side of his face. Her boyfriend also said Pitchford, “grabbed him by the balls and squeezed them until they were bleeding.”
Pitchford is also accused of grabbing her boyfriend around the throat and choking him. He told police, “he could not breathe.” Police said the victim also had bruising around his eye.
Pitchford told police the argument was only verbal, not physical. According to court documents, Pitchford and her boyfriend had been out drinking earlier in the evening. They then went to the beach, where Pitchford fell and suffered scrapes and bruises to her legs, according to court documents. She told police they went home and her boyfriend put bandages on her injuries.

While Pitchford told police the couple was fighting over her boyfriend’s jealousy, he told police a different story, according to court documents. He said Pitchford attacked him out of the blue while they were in bed together by grabbing his scrotum and testicles and squeezing them until he started to bleed. She then continued her assault with punches and a brush, according to her boyfriend.
According to police, Pitchford, while handcuffed and in a patrol car, asked to talk to her boyfriend, “because she wanted to say she was sorry.”

Katie Lee Pitchford Was Already on Felony Probation

The 21-year-old Katie Lee Pitchford is being held without bond a probation violation. She was already on felony probation after being arrested in October 2017 on charges of resisting arrest with violence. According to court documents from that case, Pitchford was accused of kicking a police officer. The incident occurred October 29, 2017, in Melbourne, Florida.
According to court documents, officers were called to a report of a suspicious female. They encountered Pitchford in the parking lot of business and say she was leaning into the passenger side of a car and taking items out while yelling at people trying to stop her. The vehicle’s owner was at the scene and told police he didn’t know Pitchford.
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“I asked the female, Pitchford, to exit the vehicle however she refused and kept cursing at myself and witnesses,” an officer wrote. “It should be noted that I did identify myself as a police officer and was in full police uniform at the time of this incident. I took hold of the suspect’s arm and pulled her out of the vehicle. It was at this time that she looked directly at me and began cursing and telling me to let her go. She then broke free of my grasp and jumped back into the vehicle.”
The officer wrote that she, “began grabbing items from the car to include water bottles, several bags of nuts and a car charger.” The car’s owner yelled that the items were his, but she continued and started cursing again, police said. The officer then grabbed Pitchford and pulled her by the arm from the vehicle and put a handcuff on her. She yelled, “don’t handcuff me” and tried to pull away.

“As she pulled and fell back into the vehicle, she kicked me directly in the face while telling me to let her go. I again pulled her from the vehicle and attempted to get the other handcuff on. However she began to kick me several times, striking me in the leg and groin area,” the officer wrote.
She continued to fight as two officers brought her to the ground, kicking the officers in the legs, according to the report. Even when handcuffed, she continued to “struggle in an attempt to break free and had to be physically carried into the police car and the station after transport.”
Pitchford was charged with burglary of a conveyance, battery of a law enforcement officer, resting an officer with violence, all third-degree felonies, and resisting an officer without violence, a first-degree misdemeanor. She later pleaded nolo contendere to all four charges in December 2017 and had the adjudication of guilt withheld pending the completion of probation.
Pitchford was ordered to serve 36 months of probation under the supervision of the Florida Department of Correction. She was ordered to undergo psychological counseling and treatment and anger management courses as part of her probation. According to the DOC website, her probation is set to end on December 13, 2020.

After Pitchford’s arrest on the domestic violence case, she was charged with violating her probation. She could face additional penalties on the third-degree felony and first-degree misdemeanor charges she pleaded guilty to as a result of her most recent arrest.
Like in the first case, adjudication of guilt was withheld pending the completion of 36 months of probation. After her domestic battery arrest, a probation violation was also filed in the November 2017 case.

Katie Lee Pitchford Arrested in November 2017

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Katie Pitchford was also arrested in November 2017, a month after her incident with Melbourne Police. That incident occurred on November 12, 2017, at her mother’s home in Indian Harbour Beach, according to court documents.
Pitchford’s mother called 911 because she was concerned after her daughter took an “unknown amount of her pills,” after having an argument on the phone with her boyfriend. Pitchford had locked herself inside her bedroom, according to police.
Officers arrived and made entry into her bedroom and found Pitchford passed out on her bed, according to court documents. They were able to wake her up and she admitted to taking pills, but refused to say how many. While Brevard County Fire Rescue tried to speak with her, she became “belligerent” and tried to leave the home.
An officer wrote that he grabbed her by the arm and told her she had to talk to paramedics. He said she tried to break free and said “don’t touch me,” and then tried to run out of the front door. He grabbed her by the arm again and Pitchford then “kicked me in the leg,” according to the officer.

Officers took Pitchford to the ground to restrain her and she “continued to kick officers and pull her arms away in attempts to prevent herself from being handcuffed. Once secured, the defendant continue to resist by attempting to pull away from officers and wrap her legs around my leg to prevent me from walking,” according to court documents.
Police said Pitchford also “jumped up and kicked off of the patrol vehicle, causing the door to slam shut.”
Pitchford was taken to the hospital under the Baker Act and while there, she continued to resist medical staff, according to police. While at the hospital, Pitchford, “bit one of the nurses on her arm,” police said.
In December 2017, she pleaded nolo contendere to battery of a law enforcement officer, battery on an emergency medical care provider, both third-degree felonies, and resisting arrest without violence, a first-degree misdemeanor.

Katie Lee Pitchford Hair Stylist, Colorist & Extension Artist

Katie Lee Pitchford works as a, “Professional Stylist, Colorist, & Extention Artist,” according to her Instagram profile.
According to her Facebook page, Pitchford studied cosmetology at The Salon Professional Academy in Melbourne and has been a student there since January 2018. She has also worked at a Melbourne spa.
Pitchford previously worked as a dental assistant at an endodontics office in Melbourne and was a service advisor at a Chrysler, Dodge and Jeep dealership.
Pitchford is a graduate of Satellite High School in Brevard County, according to her Facebook page.

Katie Lee Pitchford Age

She is 21 years old.

Fast Facts You Need to Know

  • Florida woman Katie Lee Pitchford, 21, was arrested on June 4 after she squeezed her boyfriend’s genitals so hard they bled during an argument
  • Pitchford and the victim have been dating for nearly three years and were living together in Indian Harbour Beach 
  • The man called police saying Pitchford became ‘enraged’ and assaulted him, hitting him with her fists and a brush, choking him, and scratching his face 
  • He told police she grabbed him ‘by his balls and squeezed them until they bled’  
  • She claims that her boyfriend became jealous after he saw text messages on her phone of date plans with an old friend, but says they never fought physically  
  • Pitchford, a hairstylist, was arrested for battery and violating her probation
  • She was arrested in October and November 2017 for resisting an officer with violence 
  • She was detained by the Brevard County Sheriff’s office on no bond