Grand Slam singles winner Martina Hingis beat up her estranged husband with the help of her mother and her mother's boyfriend earlier this week.
Hingis' husband, Thibault Hutin, accused the tennis star of being a "serial adulterer" and said that he walked in on her with another man after just one year of marriage. Hutin took her back, just to catch her cheating again.
As if that weren't bad enough, Hingis, her mother, and her mother's boyfriend assaulted Hutin at the couple's apartment Monday. Guyism translated the original Blick report from Swedish, in which Hutin describes being attacked by the trio.
"On Monday evening, I was in our shared apartment when the doorbell rang," Hutin said. "In the course of a dispute to Martina and her mother Melanie Molitor pounced on me, beat me and scratched. My upbringing forbids me to beat women."
The translation is dodgy, but it seems that Molitor's boyfriend, Mario Widmer, also threw a DVD player at Hutin's head. The trio also stole Hutin's passport and credit cards. He went to the police, who went with him back to his apartment, and forced Hingis, Molitor, and Widmer to return his belongings.
In July, Thibault Hutin said he wasn't surprised that Martina Hingis cheated on him.
"Martina has a very personal conception of morality," he said. "She has always been like that; I think she has always been unfaithful to her boyfriends." He also accused his wife of sleeping with David Tosas Ros, a Spanish sports management executive.
"They shared the hotel room there and they paraded themselves in public in the Bois de Boulogne," he said. "There are even pictures of them. You can imagine how painful it was for me."
Martina Hingis, who won her first title in 1996, was inducted into the International Tennis Hall of Fame in Rhode Island in July.
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