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Wednesday, February 8, 2023

Intoxicated woman blames injuries on ‘rough sex’

Brandi Saylor
Brandi Saylor

An intoxicated woman accused of biting her man friend on the chest blamed their mutual injuries on “rough sex.”

Brandi Alison Saylor, 42, of Oxford, had been at a bar with her man friend on Friday when her ex showed up, according to an arrest report from the Marion County Sheriff’s Office. Saylor said her man friend got “jealous.”

Saylor and her man friend left together, but she apparently became enraged and punched him in the left side of his face and bit him on the chest, the report said. She contacted her ex on the phone and told him he “was going to need to come over.”

Saylor pulled a silver slide 9mm Taurus PT111 handgun, pointed it at her man friend’s head and threatened to kill him. He was able to call 911 and was in “fear for his life.”

She had a small scratch on her neck while her man friend had bite marks on his chest which were “starting to turn purple.” She blamed their injuries on “rough sex” and claimed no altercation had occurred.

Saylor was arrested on charges of aggravated assault with a deadly weapon and battery. She was booked at the Marion County Jail and released after posting $12,000 bond.

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