It was every man's fantasy: His girlfriend called and wanted to have kinky sex. She slipped the handcuffs on him, but before it was over, she had allegedly cut him with a knife, hit him with the barrel of a shotgun, punched him, and dripped hot candle wax on him (well, that last part might not be so bad — if you're Bernie Ecclestone).

The Central Valley suspect, 33-year old Sabrina Renee Robinson, believed he was cheating on her. She ended up behind bars, where she remained today, says Erica Stuart, spokeswoman for the Fresno-adjacent Madera County Sheriff's Department.

The interesting thing is …

… he was cheating on her, Stuart says.

The 42-year-old victim, who was not identified because he is, well, the victim, had two girlfriends, and the suspect only recently found out, she told the Weekly.

Robinson; Credit: Madera County Sheriff

Robinson; Credit: Madera County Sheriff

Now, we know all you females out there are muttering to yourselves, Damn snappy, girlfriend — I would have done the same thing.

You psycho bitches. (We kid). Please consider the following: Robison is being held without bail today and faces possible charges of “making terrorist threats, 2 counts of assault with a deadly weapon, false imprisonment, corporal injury,” according to a sheriff's statement.

She also had a warrant out of San Luis Obispo County that was based on a contributing to the delinquency of a minor conviction, Stuart said. She apparently failed to start her community service on that one.

The ordeal for Romeo started on the night of June 15, when Robison allegedly called promising some freakiness, Stuart said. He picked her up in the Fresno area and brought her back to his place on John Albert Drive in Madera, California.

They talked for hours, Stuart said, and eventually she got him in cuffs (leg restraints were also seized), Stuart said. That's when the alleged torture over the other woman began, and it was ongoing until the wee hours of the next morning.

At 3 a.m. said other woman got a call from the suspect, Stuart said. The other lady figured something was off because she could hear her co-boyfriend yelling for help. She called authorities, but they couldn't figure out where the duo was at first.

The ended up at his home at 4 a.m., Stuart said, and Robinson was arrested without incident.

Although he suffered some cuts, bruises and hot wax stains, the man refused medical treatment, she said.

“The bottom line is she was pretty upset when she found out about the other girlfriend,” Stuart told us. “She felt scorned.”

And he felt scorched, apparently.

And guys, as if Seinfeld didn't already teach you this, beware of chicks with handcuffs.


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