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September 27, 2017

Swingers party turns violent when jealous wife allegedly tries running over her husband with minivan

A swingers party in Michigan turned violent last week when a jealous wife tried running over her husband while drunk, authorities said.

Amber Schomaker, 28, and her 33-year-old husband were at the party with another couple at a Bay City home on Thursday, MLive reported.

Schomaker’s husband and the 26-year-old female host went upstairs, while Schomaker was with the woman’s 31-year-old fiancé.

She allegedly slapped her husband after he came downstairs, and then left the home. The couple and Schomaker’s husband followed her as she was getting into a minivan to drive toward them.

A swingers party in Michigan turned violent last week when a jealous wife tried running over her husband while drunk, authorities said.

Amber Schomaker, 28, and her 33-year-old husband were at the party with another couple at a Bay City home on Thursday, MLive reported.

Schomaker’s husband and the 26-year-old female host went upstairs, while Schomaker was with the woman’s 31-year-old fiancé.

She allegedly slapped her husband after he came downstairs, and then left the home. The couple and Schomaker’s husband followed her as she was getting into a minivan to drive toward them.

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Both men jumped out of the way to avoid getting hit by Schomaker, the woman told cops.

Schomaker drove away but returned to attack her husband — who said her actions stemmed from jealousy, according to MLive.

She admitted to police that she used a screwdriver to start the vehicle and was drinking vodka. She had a 0.156 blood alcohol level, according to the site. Michigan’s legal limit is 0.08.

The husband was bleeding from his forehead and suffered other injuries. Schomaker had a scratch on her back and a swollen cheek, court records show.

Schomaker faces charges of assault with a dangerous weapon, domestic violence and operating a motor vehicle while intoxicated. She’s expected to appear at a preliminary hearing on Oct. 12.

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