Girl discovers Tinder, attacks boyfriend with samurai sword

Girl discovers Tinder, attacks boyfriend with samurai sword

She knew the signs. The man denied ever having an account, and things seemed to have calmed down a bit until the woman found some red hair in the bathroom. In the weak phone glow, Javier allegedly started hacking.

The night of the attack she waited for him to fall asleep before reaching for the weapons and slashing and stabbing him multiple times, police said per The Oregonian. Survival instincts - mainly martial arts training and all the Kung Fu films he had watched - clicked in.

"I didn't freeze. The Wing Chun came out".

"It killed my sex drive". "Having talked to a few of her family members, this is certainly not anything that they saw coming and is completely out of character of who she is", he said.

After waking up a realising what was going on, Lovell remarked, "I saw the look in her eyes, and it scared the living poop out of me".

Javier did then apparently call 911, telling the operator she had attacked her boyfriend with a sword (prompting the response, "You used a sword?").

His girlfriend, Emily Javier (30), was the one who called 911 and turned herself in.

That's what 29-year-old Alex Lovell told The Oregonian/OregonLive this week following the incident, which landed him in the hospital.

Remarkably, he survived the attack despite serious injuries. But in a series of interviews this week, the competitive gamer sounded happy to be alive.

Court records say Javier told investigators she slashed Lovell with the sword, after finding the Tinder dating app on his cellphone and believing he was cheating on her.

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"I tried to explain that just because someone likes your photo or follows you on Twitter doesn't mean you're sleeping with them", Lovell said.

Ms Javier has been charged with attempted murder and she pleaded not guilty at Clark County Superior Court.

Alex Lovell - known as "Biggie" in his local gamer scene - is an avid player of PlayerUnknown's Battleground, a multiplayer online fighting game.

"I wasn't a sweaty nerd, more of an e-thlete", Lovell told The Oregonian. "I think he's dead". Javier's hair was dyed green.

But rather than confront Lovell about her suspicions, Javier went to a mall and purchased the samurai sword.

She told police that Lovell was cheating.

Convinced that Lovell was cheating on her (Lovell denies that Tinder was installed on his phone, and he apparently also doesn't agree with the notion that his PUBG playing was a motive for the attack, despite what Javier told police), Javier chose to attack him one night when he was sleeping. According to the police affidavit, Lovell came home but ignored his girlfriend. She then allegedly attacked him when he went to bed on March 2.

"There's too much blood!"

"'I barely had time to hang out with my girlfriend, let alone another girl, ' Lovell wrote, adding that he had Tinder before meeting Javier but was no longer using the app."

"It just constantly burns and little spasms make me jump out of my seat. She obviously didn't want anyone else to have me so, samurai sword", he wrote. Among his "gnarly" injuries were deep cuts to his feet and legs, and he claims to have almost lost several fingers but that doctors were able to reattach them. He also has deep cuts on his legs and feet and might have fractured his right wrist, according to Lovell. His right arm is now in a cast.

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