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Port Richey woman accused of tossing urine on husband

PORT RICHEY — While fighting with her husband Friday afternoon, Precious Adams had to pee and, for an unknown reason, made the decision to use her urine as a weapon, Pasco deputies said.

"After further questioning, Precious admitted to pulling her shorts down, urinating in the bowl and throwing the urine on Antoine for being disrespectful toward her," a Pasco County Sheriff's Office report states.

The couple — Precious, 25, and Antoine Adams, 25 — are estranged but are still living together, the Pasco County Sheriff's Office report says. Deputies say the argument broke out Friday afternoon at their residence at 10033 Freestone Lane. She was singing a song about leaving him, the report states, and he called her lazy. Both felt disrespected.

Precious Adams, who is a registered certified nursing assistant, was arrested and charged with domestic battery. She was released from the Pasco jail Saturday without having to post bail.

Port Richey woman accused of tossing urine on husband 11/13/12 [Last modified: Tuesday, November 13, 2012 7:59pm]
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