Police say threesome participants beaten by brothers

Three’s company — but two additional interlopers at a party in Gwinnett turned a ménage à trois into a beat-down of the male host and his female companions, police said Thursday.

The party crashers, Mark Robinson, 26, and his brother, Nicolas, 21, of Flowery Branch are charged with battery and false imprisonment. The elder Robinson also is charged of trespassing.

They were arrested Monday.

The alleged assault occurred at 4 a.m., Aug. 1 during a party at the Buford home of Donald R. Webb, 23, according to a Gwinnett County police report. At the time, Webb was involved in the sexual encounter with his girlfriend and another woman when Webb noticed Mark Robinson standing at his bedroom door.

Webb asked Robinson to leave, but he refused.

Webb reminded Robinson that he was a guestand to not disrespect him. As Webb attempted to close the door, Robinson became angry, grabbing a bottle from the ground and breaking it on the side of another door, Webb told police. Robinson then grabbed Webb and pushed him against a couch located outside of the bedroom in a living room area.

Nicolas Robinson then got involved, according to Webb’s account to police. Mark Robinson grabbed Webb’s arms, crossing them and holding him so that his brother could beat Webb repeatedly. At one point, Webb told police he blacked out.

Webb’s girlfriend attempted to pull the brothers off of Webb, receiving a few punches to her head and face, she told police. She recounted being pushed to the floor and kicked in the neck. The other woman received a few injuries as well. She later told police her foot, which was wrapped in a bandage, was stomped and bruised in the scuffle. She did not think it was broken or sprained.

The brothers fled the scene before officers arrived.

Webb did not personally know the brothers, according to the police report. He told police he recognized them as the same two who had been banned from his place of employment, Beef O’Brady’s, for causing trouble and fights. When they arrived at Webb’s home, on Duncans Shore Drive, he told them as long as they did not cause any problems and respected his home they could stay.

Nicolas, who Webb described to police as “having a shaggy goatee and looked similar to Shaggy from the cartoon Scooby Doo,” and his brother were identified in a picture line-up.

On Monday, Gwinnett County Sheriff served warrants on the two, said Stacey Bourbonnais, Gwinnett Sheriff spokeswoman.

The two are being held in the Gwinnett County jail.