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‘Sugar Baby Gone Wrong’

Story 1 - A woman was arrested after being accused of trashing a man's home, stealing a bunch of items, and dumping laundry detergent on his head during a fit of rage after he refused to give her money. “This case stems from a site called where the suspect in this case, a 61-year-old male, met this young lady on that site. My understanding about this site is it’s sort of a dating site. Looking at the site itself – where beautiful people and wealth people get together," said Bexar County Sheriff Javier Salazar.

“This young lady has actually got a pretty extensive criminal history. DWI – times three. So she’s at a felony level DWI. She has been arrested for intoxication assault. Aggravated Assault. Aggravated assault on a security guard from a 2020 case,” said Sheriff Salazar. “She’s certainly no stranger to the law.”

The incident happened on Tuesday at a home off Stargazer Pass near Overlook Parkway in Far North Bexar County.

“You don’t know who you’re hooking up with,” explained said Sheriff Salazar. “This person is clearly someone who’s dangerous.”

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According to the arrest report, the 61-year-old man and Medina had gone out on one date earlier in November after meeting on the Seeking dating app. This app is known for being a sugar daddy hookup site. The victim said nothing unusual happened during the dinner, but he didn't intend to meet up again, and they continued texting each other.

“What it appears to be is one of these – for lack of a better term – ‘sugar daddy’ type sites where people with money meet up with younger people that need money. And make some sort of an arrangement to date or what have you,” said Sheriff Salazar.

The victim then told police that Medina showed up around 2:30 a.m. on Tuesday unannounced, but he decided to let her in.

“At 2:30 in the morning that victim reports that he was home, he heard a knock on his door, it was the suspect, he answered the door, and the suspect came in,” said Sheriff Salazar.

They began to talk and drink some wine when, out of the blue, he said Medina asked him for $2,000. He told her he didn't have that kind of money. He said then Medina became enraged and began destroying a mounted flat-screen TV, his custom entertainment center, and a painting, and then damaged several walls during her fit of rage.

According to the arrest report, Medina wasn't done. After the victim asked her to stop destroying his home, Medina poured laundry detergent on his head, getting the chemical solution into his eyes, causing burns and blinding him.

After that, she stole several items, including his passport, an Apple Pro Max iPhone, a surveillance camera, and a Dyson hair dryer, among other things before taking off.

Blinded, the victim crawled outside his home and began to yell for help. After Bexar County Sheriff's deputies arrived, the victim was taken to the hospital with chemical burns to his eyes and cuts on his legs.

“Thankfully, because he knew who she was, it really made it quite simple for us.”

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