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Woman Lost Piece of Toe During Fight in Casino Hotel Room

A man and woman with different accounts of what happened reportedly got into a fight in his Las Vegas hotel room resulting in an arrest and the loss of a piece of a toe.

On the morning of September 4, a 35-year-old man was spending time at a bar when he walked up to a woman and asked her to accompany him back to his room at the MGM Grand Hotel and Casino.

According to the woman, when they arrived at the room, she began to fiddle with the Bluetooth connection on her phone so she could play music. Since it did not work, she said the man gave her his phone so she could try that instead. He was sitting with her when he allegedly became angry because he believed she was going through the personal content on his cell phone.

She said she tried to leave the room, but the man would not allow it. The situation escalated, and when she reportedly tried to notify hotel security, the man allegedly took the phone from her. When she got the door open, he reportedly slammed it, and a piece of one of her toes was severed from her foot.

The man had a different account of what happened. He said that after the pair got to his room, he tried to give money to the woman. He alleged she did not think it was enough and said he wanted the cash back.

Officers with the Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department took both statements and determined that the man was the aggressor.

He was taken into custody and booked into the Clark County Detention Center. He has been accused of one count of mayhem, which is “unlawfully depriving a human being of a member of his or her body, or disfiguring or rendering it useless.” He was incarcerated in lieu of a $5,000 bond.

The woman was taken to Sunrise Hospital and Medical Center. According to reports, it is currently unknown if the severed piece of her toe could be reattached successfully.

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