You Won’t Believe What This Guy Did To His ‘Girlfriend’ In The Name Of Love

What this awful excuse for a human being did was certainly not in the name of love. Though this guy has not yet been convicted, it is easy to to believe his accuser because of the horrendous actions involved.

Frank Guerra, a 22-year-old man from Turlock, California, is currently sitting in jail for alleged extreme acts of domestic violence against his former girlfriend, whose name has not been released by authorities. Guerra is facing charges including:

kidnapping, battery with serious bodily injury, and battery on a spouse or cohabiter.”

The Stanislaus District Attorney’s Office is claiming that Guerra kidnapped and abused his girlfriend between August 1, 2015 and January 4, 2016 by:

willfully, unlawfully, feloniously and forcibly steal, take and arrest and carry the said person to another part of Stanislaus County.”

And also by:

“keeping her in a dog crate for hours at a time while he went off to work, and inflicting torture upon her that resulted in a ‘traumatic condition‘”

The dog crate she was locked in was only 30-inches by 48-inches. The woman explained to authorities that she used a dog’s water bowl for her bathroom needs.

The woman is also accusing Guerra of kicking her to force her into the crate, “smearing dog feces on her several times,” as well as biting her so hard that she now has a permanent scar.

The abuse likely would have continued, but the woman was able to flee. The woman did not report the abuse until one month later, likely out of fear. After all, the woman told police that:

He literally had it in my heart that I deserved everything, [t]hat I’m worthless, that I have nobody.”

Further, Guerra is accused of sending various texts to the woman, including a photo of him holding a gun and another text threatening her that he will post nude photos of her online. He also left her the following voice message:

I know what I (expletive) did to you…Putting you in a cage, (expletive) biting you…Not (expletive) trusting you...”

It was this voice mail that gave her the proof she felt she needed to go to police. Fortunately, that voice mail was enough to arrest and press charges against Guerra.

On Monday, Guerra pled not guilty to all the charges. He is being held without bail and cannot contact his former girlfriend. Guerra will be back in court on Friday for a pretrial hearing.

The Modesto Bee, which some times covers news stories of its’ southern neighbor, fittingly reminds us that our justice system is designed so that the accused are innocent until proven guilty. This is very difficult to remember given how flat out disgusting these accusations are.

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