Man accused of disemboweling girlfriend after she called out ex's name

Authorities have accused Fidel Lopez, 24, of killing and disemboweling girlfriend Maria Nemeth, 31, after she called out her ex-husband's name during sex, according to the Sun Sentinal.

According to the arrest records, Lopez called 911 early Sunday morning and told the operator that Nemeth was having trouble breathing and was going to die. Police arrived to find Lopez crying near Nemeth's naked body. The couple had reportedly been sharing the apartment for a week.

The bathroom was in shambles. Blood and tissues covered the walls and doors of the room as well as the bedroom closet.

Detectives from Sunrise, FL found half an empty bottle of tequila and signs of foul play and physical struggle.

According to the arrest report, Lopez originally told authorities that the couple had been having rough sex and Nemeth vomited and collapsed in the bathroom afterwards. However, after more questioning, Lopez changed his story.

Lopez then became violent, punching holes into walls before he violated the unconscious Nemeth with items, including a beer bottle and a flat iron.

He claimed he then pulled out part of her intestines with his hand.

Lopez told police he carried Nemeth into the bathroom and tried to wake her up by splashing some water on her face, but she remained unresponsive. He washed the blood off his hands and smoked a cigarrette before he became panicked and called police about the unresponsive Nemeth.

Sunrise police arrested Lopez on Sunday and charged him with first-degree murder.

In other WTF news, police say this man killed his daughter and girlfriend for being witches:
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