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Report: Woman pours bleach on boyfriend over text message

Ayisha Morrison (Source: Spartanburg Co. Detention Center) Ayisha Morrison (Source: Spartanburg Co. Detention Center)
SPARTANBURG, SC (FOX Carolina) -

When a woman found a text message from another female on her boyfriend's phone, deputies said she became upset, pouring bleach on him and his belongings.

Spartanburg County deputies were called to the couple's Fortune Drive home on Wednesday where the victim reported the fight.

The victim told deputies Ayisha Morrison, 21, began screaming at him about the text message, so he started gathering his belongings to leave.

But Morrison grabbed a bottle of bleach, pouring it on him and his clothes, according to the deputy's report. Deputies said he tried to grab the bottle and the struggle continued, sloshing bleach on both of them.

When he walked outside, Morrison grabbed a bottle of lighter fluid and tried to spray it on his bags, according to deputies.

Morrison told investigators she did get the bleach to put on his clothes, but claimed her boyfriend took it and poured it on her, according to the report. According to the report, she said he tried to hold her in a room then locked him outside, but he kicked in the door, spraying lighter fluid all around the living room and saying he would burn the place down.

The man had scratches on his back and chest, along with bruising on his forearms, according to deputies. They said Morrison had bleach marks on her clothes and scratches on her chest she said she may have caused. Deputies said she admitted she instigated the disturbance.

Deputies arrested Morrison on a charge of criminal domestic violence.

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