A baseball card expensive collectables store proprietor sued his ex-spouse Thursday, alleging that she attacked him with a hammer and smashed show instances in his retailer in a confrontation in 2015.
Richard John Loscalzo’s Superior Courtroom lawsuit alleges assault, battery and trespass by Davina Loscalzo. He seeks at the very least $300,000 in damages.
Davina Loscalzo couldn’t be instantly reached for remark.
The go well with states that the couple have been in the midst of a divorce when Davina Loscalzo walked into All Star Baseball Playing cards on Robertson Boulevard on Might 22, 2015 and stated to the plaintiff, “Let’s have it out.”
The lady hit her husband with a hammer earlier than she “smashed counter shows, shattered show instances and repeatedly threatened to smash plaintiff,” who was unarmed, the go well with states.
The lady went on to smash a laptop computer pc, a fax machine, fixtures and different gadgets, in response to the grievance.
She additionally ripped shelving off the partitions, scattering invaluable stock to the ground, and hit her husband with a picket shelf, injuring one among his arms, the go well with states.
The lady resumed hitting the sufferer with a hammer, however Los Angeles police arrived and arrested her, the go well with states. No felony expenses have been filed, in accordance with the grievance.
Richard Loscalzo spent $50,000 to restore injury on the retailer and one other $250,000 on authorized prices outdoors the divorce motion, together with acquiring a restraining order, the go well with states.
— Metropolis Information Service
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