Bitter separation: Woman shoots husband in the testicles Updated for 2021

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Updated: February 28, 2021


A woman, who was no longer living with her husband, shot him directly in the testicles after he attempted to take away an air conditioner she was trying to sell on Facebook.

Kimberly Dunn, 35, from Lake City, Florida shot her estranged husband in the testicles last October, according to WKBN, but is back in jail after she failed to show up in court last Thursday.

Dunn now faces a contempt of court charge as well as a felony larceny charge and is being held without bond, ABC reported.  Dunn was charged with aggravated battery for the alleged attack .

The New York Post reported that at the time of her arrest last year, Dunn told police she shot her husband by accident and only meant to scare him after he barged into her home.

Her husband told officials he showed up at Dunn’s residence with his brother to collect the AC unit after learning she was trying to sell it online, according to an arrest report obtained by WJAX-TV.

She reportedly prevented him from taking the air conditioner and after a struggle, she grabbed the gun and shot him in the testicles.

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