It’s amazing at how women find themselves in relationships that mean them no earthly good. Inviting a man over for a “romp” in the bed and then grill the man about his activities with another woman & demanding to look at his cell phone. Unfortunately situations like this would mean you are not the number chick. Even if she was a cashier at Burger King, to lose your livelihood over a man& what he might be doing is nuts.
Ladies take note of this situation & determine
White House staffer Barvetta Singletary, 37, was arrested Friday on charges of assault and reckless endangerment following what appears to be a lover’s quarrel that went extremely left.
According to CNN, cops say that Singletary threatened to shoot and eventually fired a shot at a Capitol Hill police officer whom she had been dating. According to a police report, the incident occurred early Friday morning after Singletary sent the officer a text message “asking him to come to her residence…for sexual intercourse.” After “a brief sexual encounter,” Singletary began questioning the officer about another woman he was seeing and requested to see his cell phones. Police say that things escalated from there, and Singletary picked up the man’s gun and fired one shot in his direction.
“You taught me how to use this, don’t think I won’t use it,” Singletary allegedly told the officer prior to opening fire.
It is alleged that she then wiped the weapon down with a towel. An incident report explains that the victim fled the home and called 911. Shortly after, officers arrived at the scene and arrested Singletary, who works as a special assistant to the President and House legislative affairs liaison. She has since been placed on unpaid leave, and her access to White House grounds have been revoked.
“We are aware of the matter and have temporarily placed the employee in question on unpaid leave and revoked her access to the complex until we have more information. We will take additional actions as needed,” a White House spokesperson explained in a statement.
Singletary was released from prison Monday after posting $75,000 bond.