WHAT’S BEING CLAIMED:
- A young woman details the ordeal she endured when her ex-boyfriend bit her lip off when she refused to get back together.
- Nineteen-year-old Kayla Hayes shares on Facebook how she finds closure and states she’ll continue to “wear [her] scars as wings.”
- Seth Fleury, 23, was sentenced to 12 years imprisonment.
A woman shared on social media the ordeal she endured plus the emotional and physical trauma she faced when her ex-boyfriend bit her lip off, and the thoughts of how her life should end.
Kayla Hayes, 19, narrated on Facebook on Oct. 18, how her 23-year-old ex-boyfriend Seth Aaron Fleury bit down her bottom lip in an uninvited kiss when she tried to end their relationship on Oct. 21, 2017.
Fleury got upset when Hayes pulled away. He bit his ex-girlfriend’s lower lip so hard that it became detached, officials said.
Hayes was only 17 that time while Fleury was 21, she could vividly remember “every detail of the moment.”
“Sitting in a puddle of my own blood with the majority of my lip laying on my leg, my whole mouth on fire, confused and terrified, I didn’t know how I could ever show my face again. At that point, honestly wishing that those very seconds would just be my last- I wanted to give up for good,” she wrote.
“I then just started screaming at the top of my lungs for help and out of fear for my life. He then yanked me out of my own vehicle and slammed the door in my face so he could take off, and run away from what he had just done,” Hayes added.
She recalled that a South Carolina woman tried to lighten the mood by joking that she “would no longer have to dress in costume for Halloween to scare people.”
Hayes was encouraged to keep details of her life or her happiness away from social media, but that Fleury “has taken enough of her happiness.”
Currently, with a scar wrapping from cheek to cheek, Hayes stated she’ll continue to “wear her scars as wings” and that she will remain kind and strong not as a victim, but as a survivor.
On Thursday, Fleury pleaded guilty to assault and battery of a high and aggravated nature and was sentenced to 12 years imprisonment. He will become eligible for parole after serving at least 85 percent of that sentence.
Source: Fox News