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article imageScrotum attack sends man to Ball Hospital

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By Gar Swaffar     Apr 6, 2012 in Crime
Ball Memorial Hospital in Muncie, Indiana is where the victim of an especially brutalizing attack wound up after an altercation with his ex-girlfriend.
Christine Reber is the person charged with aggravated battery, misdemeanor domestic battery and illegally entering the home of the victim.
The victim in this case has not been identified by name, only his age, which is 57. He will also be the person who is now walking very slowly and very, very carefully.
Reber allegedly entered the man's home, and may have been intoxicated when she attacked the victim by slapping him several times on the head and yelling at him to "call the f****ng police" as reported at the Smoking Gun.
After being beaten about the head, the victim stated for the police report that he was in incredible pain when Reber "grabbed his scrotum and dug in her fingers".
It was only at this point, while the two were on the floor scuffling that the man was able to break free and call an ambulance, which took him to Ball Memorial Hospital.
The officer taking the police report noted that the man's scrotum had been partially torn loose from his body and he had blood on his shirt and a "long wide tear" on his scrotum. The officer managed to snap several photographs of the damaged area.
The officer made an attempt to find and question Ms. Reber on the initial date of the attack but was unable to find her. Subsequently Ms. Reber was found at her home and arrested in conjunction with an affidavit. The victim has stated that his scrotum is still bleeding, and the doctors haven't been able to tell him whether or not there will be any permanent damage to the groin. The man is reportedly missing work due to the swelling in the scrotum area.
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