A Florida business owner was arrested after his girlfriend accused him of drunkenly battering her with her sex toy.
An arrest affidavit shows that Christopher Pacitto, 45, the CEO and owner of Velocity Engineering Services, was arrested after a 4:30 a.m. brawl with his girlfriend at a St. Petersburg motel on Thanksgiving Day.
During an argument, the 6-foot-2, 300-pound business owner began packing his bags — then threw all of his girlfriend’s belongings onto the floor, according to the complaint.
“During that process,” he “hit her with a sex toy on her torso, leaving her with a bruise,” according to the affidavit.
Police did not detail what sex toy was used. But it left a “bruise on [the] torso” of the CEO’s girlfriend of seven months, the report says.
Pacitto later “admitted to throwing items but does not recall exactly what items,” according to the report, which listed an “aggravating” factor as the accused sex-toy thrower being “under the influence” of alcohol.
Pacitto was charged with first-degree misdemeanor domestic battery in Fort Myers, about 110 miles from the alleged attack at the Blind Pass Resort Motel.
He was released on a $1,000 cash bond and ordered to stay away from his unidentified girlfriend. According to court records, he entered a written not-guilty plea on his behalf.