JUST IN: Florida man allegedly grabs girlfriend by neck after learning she’s pregnant


A Florida man allegedly assaulted his girlfriend on the way home from finding out they were expecting a baby, police said.

Antoney McCullough was driving home from an Orlando hospital Saturday when the couple got into an argument, WKMG reported. 

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The woman told police she tried to get out of the car, but McCullough reportedly “grabbed her by her hair and neck.” He allegedly then told her she ‘was not going anywhere,’”according to WKMG.

Police said there were “several marks on her neck,” WKMG reported. 

McCullough was charged with aggravated battery on a pregnant person.

Read more at WKMG

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