A Florida man with a history of domestic assaults is back in jail after he allegedly bit off a piece of a woman’s chin when she refused to have sex with him, according to an arrest report.
Nicardo Nicholas Satahoo is facing charges of aggravated battery and violation of a restraining order and was being held Friday morning in lieu of $15,000 bail.
The 29-year-old victim was taken to Boca Raton Regional Hospital, where doctors told her she may need plastic surgery to avoid permanent disfigurement from a dime-sized hole left after Satahoo allegedly bit her, the report said.
The woman’s name is blacked out of the arrest report, but she told Boca Raton police that Satahoo has a history of committing acts of domestic violence against her.
Records show that Satahoo has been arrested four times since January 2011 for either aggravated assault, aggravated battery or both, including a 2011 arrest for aggravated battery on a pregnant woman. The victim has three children with Satahoo, according to the arrest report.
The latest attack took place Sept. 26, but Satahoo, whose residence is just east of the city limits, was not arrested until Tuesday.
A restraining order against Satahoo has been in effect since Jan. 1, but the victim told police she and Satahoo were in the process of getting back together.
On Sept. 26, Satahoo attacked the woman when she twice refused to have sex with him, the report said. Satahoo bit her once in the arm and then her chin.
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