Man beats his breastfeeding wife for refusing his advances

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Husband Allegedly Beats Breastfeeding Wife After She Denies His Advances

If the police affidavit is any indication, Dustin Hartley is hardly the model husband.

The 25-year-old husband from Clarksville, Tenn., has been charged with assault after he allegedly knocked his breastfeeding wife, Kennedy Decker, around because she "rebuked his advances."

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Hartley, who came home drunk after a night out with his buddies, tried to cuddle with his breastfeeding wife. When she turned him down, WJLA reported, Hartley allegedly "grabbed the child out of her arms."

The woman said she left the room to let her husband "cool off," but he followed her and, while holding the baby, "began hitting her in the arms and chest with his free hand."

Image: Montgomery County Jail

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She kicked him away and called 911 while he attempted to hold her down.

According to the Leaf Chronicle, Decker showed signs of being hit on her arms.

Hartley was booked at Montgomery County Jail and held on $500 bond.

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