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Woman Allegedly Beat, Viciously Raped Younger Lesbian Lover Because She Wanted to Leave After a Fight

Woman Allegedly Beat, Viciously Raped Younger Lesbian Lover Because She Wanted to Leave After a Fight

Elizabeth Navarro | (Photo: LRPD)

Editor's note: Warning, article includes graphic details about alleged events.

A 32-year-old Little Rock, Ark., woman is now in police custody after she allegedly beat and viciously raped her younger, 24-year-old lover after she tried to leave her home on Saturday night.

Little Rock Police charged Elizabeth Navarro, 32, with rape and domestic battery in the third degree after the 24-year-old called 911 at about 9:50 a.m. Saturday morning and reported that Navarro had raped her in her home.

The victim told police that Navarro, identified as her domestic partner, had argued and fought Saturday night and she tried to leave but Navarro refused to let her go, according to the police report acquired by The Christian Post on Monday.

She told police that unable to leave, she fell asleep and Navarro used the opportunity to overpower her then "repeatedly penetrated her vagina with fingers of both hands," according to arresting officer Laura Pritchett.

Navarro's attack on the 24-year-old also left the victim with swelling to her right eye in which a blood vessel was ruptured.

The Little Rock District Court confirmed on Monday that Navarro was still being held at the Pulaski County Jail on a $20,000 bond.

This isn't the only case of sexual aggression by women in recent times.

In an ABC report in September, a judge dismissed a case against a 33-year-old woman who was charged with forcing a man at gunpoint to have sex with her female friend in the backseat of a car. He was also robbed of $200.

The man reportedly begged the women to stop and was only able to escape by running from the car while still naked from the waist down. Prosecutors had found the man's story credible but the judge refused to buy it and the woman's defense attorney agreed with the dismissal.

"The facts of the case were incredibly unbelievable," the woman's attorney, Marty Abrams, told ABC 7. "The judge made absolutely the correct decision."

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