UFC Octagon Girl’s repertoire includes kick to boyfriend’s nose, arrest reports indicate

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Bubbles
5/29/12 6:10:01PM
A heated argument early Saturday morning in a Wynn hotel room led to the arrest of UFC Octagon Girl Arianny Celeste and her boyfriend, Metro Police said.

Celeste, 26, whose real name is Arianny Lopez, and her boyfriend, 34-year-old Praveen Chandra, each were arrested on a count of battery domestic violence, according to arrest reports released Tuesday.

A Wynn employee heard a crashing sound from a room and saw Lopez come running out of the room shortly after 4:30 a.m., the reports state.

Lopez told police her boyfriend choked her and grabbed her right arm during an argument about text messages, the reports said. Officers noted that Lopez had scratches on her right arm.

Detectives interviewed Chandra who said Lopez kicked him in the nose in a limousine, where the argument started, the reports said.

rest of story here
Bubbles
5/29/12 6:11:43PM
First thought that popped in my head: when did she and Tiki break up?
prozacnation1978
5/29/12 6:13:23PM
Pretty sad if your girl can kick your ass and u gotta call the coppers to get her away from u

Time to get a new beau
frizzzlecake
5/29/12 6:20:51PM
I wonder if Sagel taught her that kick?
Twenty20Dollars
5/29/12 6:35:06PM

during an argument about text messages


Grow up.
FastKnockout
5/29/12 7:13:10PM
Pookie
5/29/12 7:22:43PM

Posted by FastKnockout




dibs
Bubbles
5/29/12 7:27:13PM

Posted by Pookie

dibs



damn it!

tallica62
5/29/12 9:27:57PM
1) Why does she change her last name?

2) Why is she with a guy named Praveen and not me?
tallica62
5/29/12 9:29:50PM
wow..I saw his pic...how does he get a guy like her? I guess "game" counts for a lot more than looks

and yes I acknowledge its nice and easy to be mean behind the mask of the internet...I'm safe on my couch
Sir_Karl
5/29/12 9:44:17PM

Posted by prozacnation1978

Pretty sad if your girl can kick your ass and u gotta call the coppers to get her away from u

Time to get a new beau



Did you ever think that maybe he didn't want to hit her back? It isn't about a girl being able to kick your ass. I am a Kung Fu Sifu (teacher) and dealt with 16 years of domestic violence/spousal abuse at the hands of my ex wife. I threw her out of the house when I had finally had enough. Domestic violence isn't really something to make jokes about. If he would have retaliated and laid her ass out cold with a right hook...you would have gotten on his case for hitting a woman. Guys can't win when it comes to female on male violence. It is fairly common in our society. It might be even more common than the traditional man on woman physical abuse...but men are not too likely to report it. The reason they don't report it is due to reactions like the one you just gave. I know from first hand experience...the reason he called the police is because he didn't want to kick her ass...he just wanted her to stop. When a woman is getting physically abused by a man...everyone comes to her rescue and pities her. When it is happening to a man....he gets ridiculed. It isn't something to joke about.
BeeR
5/29/12 10:11:26PM

Posted by tallica62

1) Why does she change her last name?



how many times?

Arianny Celeste-Penelope Lopez Marquez
BossHog
5/29/12 11:38:49PM

Posted by tallica62

wow..I saw his pic...how does he get a guy like her? I guess "game" counts for a lot more than looks

and yes I acknowledge its nice and easy to be mean behind the mask of the internet...I'm safe on my couch



Yes it's all "game"...I'm sure it has nothing to do with bank accounts

Ima tell u, like wu told me. cash rules EVERYTHING around me. Including what level of p*ssy u r working with
Twenty20Dollars
5/30/12 2:04:53AM
I really don't care for all this type of news about sports people and their personal issues.

I really only want to hear news on the sport and the people in the sport in how it relates to the sport.
machodog76
5/30/12 2:14:39AM
Threads like this make me glad I'm not famous.
Kpro
5/30/12 3:08:06AM

Posted by tallica62

.how does he get a guy like her?



The news keeps breaking!
scoozna
5/30/12 9:06:19AM

Posted by Sir_Karl


Posted by prozacnation1978

Pretty sad if your girl can kick your ass and u gotta call the coppers to get her away from u

Time to get a new beau



Did you ever think that maybe he didn't want to hit her back? It isn't about a girl being able to kick your ass. I am a Kung Fu Sifu (teacher) and dealt with 16 years of domestic violence/spousal abuse at the hands of my ex wife. I threw her out of the house when I had finally had enough. Domestic violence isn't really something to make jokes about. If he would have retaliated and laid her ass out cold with a right hook...you would have gotten on his case for hitting a woman. Guys can't win when it comes to female on male violence. It is fairly common in our society. It might be even more common than the traditional man on woman physical abuse...but men are not too likely to report it. The reason they don't report it is due to reactions like the one you just gave. I know from first hand experience...the reason he called the police is because he didn't want to kick her ass...he just wanted her to stop. When a woman is getting physically abused by a man...everyone comes to her rescue and pities her. When it is happening to a man....he gets ridiculed. It isn't something to joke about.



That's a really interesting post. While I have done no research on this, I'd bet you were right about it being fairly common, and the idea that it's a catch-22 for guys. Hopefully, the moral lesson that men aren't supposed to hit women is still a societal norm, and it puts them in a tough situation when women get physically aggressive.

But on an internet MMA forum, I dare say, a tame joke about Arianny kicking her boyfriend's ass (ironically with a kick to the face - maybe his face looks like an ass) *is* funny. Your warning about the reality and the seriousness of domestic violence (in both directions) is well received (at least by me), but I wish these types of warnings would stop short of implying that others shouldn't even make the tamest of jokes about celebrities and their public dirt.