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My ex-boyfriend, a licensed real estate agent, battered me on 3 separate occasions. However I only went to the police & reported the last incident. The incident happened in our master bedroom when he become enraged for something very minor. I was punched in various places & physically restrained. Then he dismantled the bed & used the mattress & 2 box springs to block the door to prevent my escape. I went into the bathroom to get away from him & he would prevent me from locking the door by pushing against it when I tried closing/locking it. I was very afraid of him. Also, I happen to be on probation so I called my probation office. While I was on the phone w/ the P.O., he took the cell phone & destroyed it. Next, he took the door off my closet & began throwing everything on the floor...My only means of communication came from my ipod & the wifi where I was able to text my ex's Mother (an attorney) & a friend that I was being attacked & was locked in the room. His Mom knew about the previous incidents b/c I told her about them via text msg. She said she was on her way. When I was able to lock the door, he kicked it open & broke the doorknob so I had no way of hiding. He finally took the mattress from behind the door & I was able to get out but I dont drive & was waiting for his Mom & friend to arrive. He also took my prescription eyeglasses & I never got them back. I suffered multiple bruises on arms & legs that I took pictures of & was physically ill for a week. I also suffer eyestrain w/o my glasses. I still have the text msgs I sent to his mom saying"911, her son was beating me & that I was barracked in the room" & the other incidents. I have a photo of the mattress outside of the bedroom after the incident. What do you think would happen if I tried to sue him w/o medical docs / bills?
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