Jealousy is often irrational, but it’s rarely of the drug-fueled, bowl-throwing variety that finds you beating up your boyfriend for watching adult films, even though you perform in them yourself.
And you’ve already served jail time for beating him up in the past.
Nevertheless, a gay adult film star is in legal hot water after finding an exciting new way to demonstrate your double standards: He was arrested for beating up his boyfriend for watching gay pornography.
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Jared Louis Velazquez — better known by his screen name Tyce Jax — was arrested on domestic violence charges.
The 31-year-old reportedly violently beat his partner Bobby Hamill, pushing him to the floor and choking him against the wall, then grabbing a knife and throwing a glass bowl.
According to an affidavit seen by Project Q Atlanta:
“[Hamill] stated he was watching porn on his iPad Pro when Mr.Velazquez asked him, ‘Do you really need to do that?’
“Mr. Hamill added he then went to the restroom and heard a loud noise.
“He came out of the restroom and asked Mr. Velazquez what was the noise and they began arguing.”
This is, in fact, the fifth time Velazquez has been arrested on domestic violence charges.
The iPad on which Hamill was watching the material was smashed to pieces during the scuffle.
According to documents, Hamill tried to leave his boyfriend and that’s when Valezquez “snatched the keys from him and began choking him against the wall.”
He claims that’s when he was slammed to the ground and hit several times.
To make things even sketchier, Valezquez is claiming his partner is to blame for the incident, and that his drug use was the real issue behind the fight.
Court documents claim that “Mr. Velazquez stated all of this happened because of Mr. Hamill’s drugs.”
“He didn’t elaborate on the incident and only stated the injuries were self inflicted.”
Valezquez has appeared in quite a few adult films, including 2015’s Raging Stallion, which was released while he was in prison for his first attack on Hamill.
He faces up to 20 years in prison for the attack, since he was already on probation.