SMH: Woman Lies To Cops About Knockout Game Attack By “Black Thugs” To Protect Her Abusive Boyfriend

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Woman Lies About Black Thugs Attacking Her To Protect Abusive Boyfriend

A St. Louis woman recently made headlines with claims that she was a victim of the viciously dangerous “knockout game” that’s spreading across the country, but it has now been revealed that she was actually attacked by her boyfriend.

via Riverfront Times

In a depressing-yet-predictable twist, the 23-year-old woman whose battered face went viral in “knockout game” hysteria last month was actually hit by her boyfriend, not randomly attacked by a stranger, police say.

St. Louis police charged 25-year-old Justin Simms, of Arnold, and his girlfriend Ashley DePew, 23, with filing false police reports after the pair insisted DePew was sucker-punched by random thugs outside the Trophy Room bar in south city.

DePew told police and KMOV-TV (Channel 4) that she may have been the victim of the violent phenomenon turned national mania known as the “knockout game,” where groups, especially of teenagers, viciously attack random victims.

The fake knockout narrative went like this: DePew and Simms stopped by the Trophy Room on Arsenal early on November 17 to pick up a drunk friend. The couple was separated in the crowd gathered outside, and someone stepped forward to punch DePew in the face.

“I dropped immediately to the ground and screaming and crying, and everybody just scattered,” she told KMOV.
Turns out, it’s all one big lie. Police say there is no evidence the couple was at the bar, and the drunk friend told investigators he never saw DePew or Simms that night, according to the Post-Dispatch.

The real story is hardly unusual, but it’s still upsetting: The couple was arguing while driving when Simms angrily lashed out, hitting her in the eye, according to the Post-Dispatch.

This is ridiculous….we’re glad these two got exposed.

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