'90 Day Fiance' star Caroline Schwitzky's BF arrested for attempting to STRANGLE and drown her

Schwitzky made attempts to get away from Goldberg, but he held onto her and aggressively grabbed her to keep her on board


                            '90 Day Fiance' star Caroline Schwitzky's BF arrested for attempting to STRANGLE and drown her
Schwitzky and Goldberg reportedly got into a heated argument while they were on a boat (Instagram, Palm Beach Mug Shots)
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WEST PALM BEACH, FLORIDA: Actress Caroline Schwitzky survived an alleged murder attempt by her boyfriend, Cole Goldberg. Witnesses claim that Goldberg tried to strangle and drown the reality television contestant. According to officers of the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission, the alleged murder attempt happened on Sunday, April 24, in West Palm Beach, Florida.

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Witnesses told police that Schwitzky got into a heated argument with Goldberg, who has been her boyfriend for over a year, while they were on a boat. As per the police report obtained by TMZ, the actress made attempts to get away from her boyfriend, but he held onto her and aggressively grabbed her to keep her on board. After a 20-minute struggle, Schwitzky started punching Goldberg's arms to free herself.

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Schwitzky, who is known for appearing on '90 Day Fiancé', managed to break free and jump off, and swam toward a nearby boat. However, Goldberg jumped in after her and allegedly tried to push her underwater in an attempt to drown her. He used both hands to grab Schwitzky by the throat and attempted to strangle her while holding her under the water in a rage, according to witnesses.

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The witnesses also claimed that they screamed at Goldberg to stop, but when he kept holding Schwitzky underwater, several people from a nearby boat jumped in the water to rescue her. They managed to pull her up and used a stick to keep Goldberg away. He was arrested for attempted first-degree murder and hit with a battery charge.


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The report says that Schwitzy, who is the CEO of Urge Talent, a Miami talent agency, had bruises on her arm. Goldberg, 23, was arrested on Monday and was released a few hours later after posting a $60,000 bond. The FWC report obtained by Boca News Now states that Goldberg was fighting with Schwitzky and forcibly restraining her prior to the alleged attempted drowning.

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The incident occurred during 'Boca Bash', an annual party on the water along a stretch of the Intracoastal Waterway known as Lake Boca Raton. Two of Schwitzky's family members jumped in to rescue her and keep Goldberg away from her, as per Sun Sentinel. Witnesses claim that Goldberg's friends saw the attack from their boat and sailed away, leaving him in the water.

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After Schwitzky's parents divorced in 2003, modeling became an 'obsession' for her. She attended the Hialeah-Miami Lakes High but was never very interested in studies. At the age of 16, she began donning bikinis for department store ads without her mother's permission. At age 18, Schwitzky made a pilgrimage to New York City and entered the 2008 Exxxotica Expo pageant. She vanquished her opponents and took home the $2,000 prize, reports Miami New Times. "I made mistakes when I was young. So what? We're in Miami, for God's sake," she told the portal.

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