6-foot-9 Florida man punches armless, legless girlfriend and he wanted her to tell the cops why
Moan has had run-ins with law enforcement in the past over drug charges and even spent 2 years in prison
On January 28th, a woman who was born without limbs got punched by her boyfriend and she was completely stumped by the situation. She does not have arms and legs.
39-year-old Brandi Gregory's live-in boyfriend, Patrick Moan (Patrick Edward), broke her cell phone two weeks before the incident so she couldn't even call the police when she was being attacked by him.
The Miami Herald heard from local law enforcement that Moan wanted Gregory to tell someone about what happened so around two hours after he punched her, he pushed Gregory to a Walmart in Vero Beach, Florida.
Moan then walked into the store and told someone who was shopping there that he hoped "someone would call the cops so he could go to jail."
According to the arrest report, Moan said that he was "also tired of being her primary caregiver and felt if he punched her and confessed it, he would no longer have to take care of her and she would be the state's problem."
Moan has been booked on a $1,000 bond. The man is pretty tall at 6ft 9in and weighs about 185lbs.
The Herald reported that Moan, based on what Gregory told the police, beats her up around once a month or basically whenever he decides to get drunk.
Gregory was born without limbs and the couple has been dating on and off for at least two years now. The woman has only one of her feet which extends from her lower torso.
Moan has been arrested before and he seems to be familiar with local law enforcement. He was arrested in 2003 on drug charges and spent about two years in prison.
The crime took place in Florida and according to a ranking of all the states done by Thrillist, Florida is the absolute worst state in the country.
One of the reasons that were provided in its "Definitive and Final Ranking" was that the state's terrible resume is "staggeringly impressive" caused by the extraordinarily high crime rates and it's "lack of contributions to America" in general.
Previously, there was a Fundly campaign also in her name where people were asked to donate so as to help keep Brandi off the streets. She had a little money with her but that too was stolen from her at the care centers and then the Fundly money helped rescue here.
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