A Florida Woman has been arrested after an alleged assault on her boyfriend.

Police say Ann Walsh, 60, attacked her 64-year-old boyfriend inside of the couple's apartment in Clearwater, Florida on Thursday evening.

Pinellas County Sheriff

According to the Pinellas County Sheriff, Walsh allegedly engaged in a "physical altercation" with the victim while he sat on their couch. Ann Walsh "took soiled dog pads and threw them at the victim."

When they arrived at the station, in her post-arrest interview, Walsh reportedly copped to also spraying the victim in the face with a bottle of Windex.

A judge has ordered Walsh to have no contact with the victim, who apparently was not injured during the dog pad incident.

This isn't the suspect's first arrest. Ann Walsh's prior arrest record includes multiple prior domestic battery assaults, all of which have to do with the victim of this attack. Why he still remains to be her boyfriend is beyond me, but looking at her, I would stick around too.

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