Woman Rips Her Ex-Boyfriend’s Scrotum To Shreds, Sentenced To 2 Years For The Ballsy Attack

An Indiana woman who ripped her ex-boyfriend’s scrotum “to shreds” was sentenced to two years in prison after being found guilty of battery resulting in serious bodily injury. Christina Lorena Reber, 46, ripped the man’s scrotum with her bare hands in the heinous assault.

According to USA Today, the probable cause affidavit in the case outlined the brutal attack. Reber reportedly entered her ex-boyfriend’s home in March 2012 and began violently hitting him in the head. After hitting him she “grabbed his scrotum and began squeezing as hard as she could.” The ex-boyfriend claims that Reber maintained “a tight grip” as she continued to tear into his scrotum with her bare hands. To further his pain, the ex-boyfriend says that Reber used her fingers to continually dig in to his scrotum and refused to let go.

“[The ex-boyfriend] was in incredible pain when Reber grabbed his scrotum and began digging in her fingers.”

What was the motive for such a brutal scrotum attack? The ex says the attack happened just a few days after he ended the couple’s “on-again, off-again” relationship.

Ironically, the man was treated at IU Health Ball Memorial Hospital in Muncie, Indiana. Though he was treated at Ball Memorial for his brutal scrotum injuries, his balls were saved. The injury was described by police as a “long tear to the scrotum.” The Inquisitr previously reported that in addition to the tear, the scrotum “had completely tore loose from his body.” Fortunately for the man, the injury was repaired through reconstructive surgery. Though his injuries were treatable, the man is said to still experience ongoing pain from the assault. In the days following the attack, the man experienced extreme pain and even lost the ability to walk. This resulted in the man missing a large amount of time from work.

The Daily Mail notes that the judge said the assault resulted in “an extraordinarily heinous injury.” The case has been ongoing since the attack, and Reber was finally convicted of battery late last year. However, yesterday a Circuit Court judge finally sentenced Reber in the “heinous” act. Reber was sentenced to two years in prison for the brutal scrotum attack and will now forever be a felon.

What do you think of the sentencing? Was the judge too lenient or too harsh? Should she serve more or less time for the attack on her ex-boyfriend’s scrotum? Let us know in the comments section below.