Mother-of-four, 40, ‘pistol-whipped her husband with two NERF GUNS after accusing him of cheating’
- Anh Thi Pham, from Louisiana, was arrested Monday on counts of domestic abuse and child endangerment
- Pham’s husband of 12 years told police she attacked him with two plastic Nerf guns after accusing him of infidelity
- Couple’s four children, ages 9-19, were home at the time of the couple’s quarrel
- Police found Pham with the toy guns in her hands and she allegedly admitted to striking her spouse in retaliation for cheating
Anh Thi Pham, 40, from Louisiana, was arrested on Monday on counts of domestic abuse and child endangerment for allegedly attacking her husband
A Louisiana woman has been arrested on battery charges for allegedly attacking her husband with a pair of plastic Nerf guns because she suspected him of being unfaithful.
Police were called to a home in the 2500 block of Winnfield Road in West Monroe on Monday night after receiving a call about a domestic incident.
According to an arrest affidavit, the officers were met at the residence by a man, who said that his wife of 12 years, Anh Thi Pham, came home that evening and launched into an argument about his suspected infidelity.
Then without warning, Pham, 40, produced two Nerf gun and proceeded to pistol-whip her purportedly philandering spouse, according to the document.
The man told police he ran out of the hoUse to get away from his wife, but she gave chase.
Police say she pistol-whipped her spouse of 12 years using a pair of Nerf guns (stock photo)
The officer who composed the report wrote that he observed minor cuts and scrapes on the victim’s face and left arm.
When interviewed by police in the driveway of her family home, Pham, who was still holding the Nerf guns in her hands, reportedly admitted to roughing up her husband with the toys ‘in retaliation for his infidelity.’
According to the affidavit, the couple’s four children, ranging in age from nine to 19, were at home at the time of the domestic altercation.
Pham was booked into the Ouachita Correctional Center on charges of domestic abuse and child endangerment. Her bond was set as $1,000.
Police found Pham in the driveway of her family home on Winnfield Road in West Monroe (pictured) still holding the toy guns in her hands