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Demarco Dent (pictured) is lucky to be alive after Iyana Mentor (pictured below), his lover of only three months, allegedly tried to run him down with her SUV three times, succeeding on the last try. Why would she try and run the man down, you may ask? Because he couldn’t spend time with her after getting off work, reports WSB-TV.

Mentor was arrested and is now facing charges of aggravated assault and hit-and-run.

The violent lover’s spat began when Dent asked Mentor to drop him off at a specified location in Clayton County, Ga. As the couple drove on a highway, Dent, who had just gotten off work, alleges that Mentor became angry when he told her he could not spend any time with her because he was tired. Dent then alleges that Mentor did not take his news too kindly and began behaving irrationally, spewing profanities and driving recklessly.

More http://newsone.com/2605143/iyana-mentor-georgia/

Which one of you women on your two-week preop diet is this? :lol:

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OMG! I'd laugh but it was sad! Crazy woman! Don, don't you be giving anyone any ideas here either! ;)

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Haha, Clayton county is about an hour north of me. Why do these crazy folks have to give GA a bad rep??

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Haha, Clayton county is about an hour north of me. Why do these crazy folks have to give GA a bad rep??

Isn't Honey Boo Boo from GA? <_<

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Isn't Honey Boo Boo from GA? <_<

Yes, dammit. Well, you know down here we do love our crazy people. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=W3KQgulBzh0

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Yes, dammit. Well, you know down here we do love our crazy people.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=W3KQgulBzh0

:lol: :lol: :lol: That was hilarious!

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Yes' date=' dammit. Well, you know down here we do love our crazy people. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=W3KQgulBzh0[/quote']

Hilarious...miss Designing Women, was a funny show!

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Yes' date=' dammit. Well, you know down here we do love our crazy people. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=W3KQgulBzh0[/quote']

Love it! And here I thought only us northerners had crazies! lol

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