Are you looking for a new nickname? Do you like committing felonies? Do you punch guys you date in the testicles after they accuse you of stealing from them? If you were thinking about using “Bambam” as a nickname, too bad—it’s already taken. Savannah “Bambam” Rios is facing felony charges of kidnapping, robbery and sexual abuse stemming from a confrontation of a man she recently dated. The man accused Bambam of stealing some of his belongings. Bambam, in response, led the victim to a room, slapped him several times, pulled a knife and stated, “You wanna die?”
Then it gets weird.
In defense of Rios, part of me feels like this is what we in the business like to call assumption of risk. I am not condoning punching anyone in the balls (or stabbing them or robbing them) but if you date someone named “Bambam” there is a good chance you’ve assumed some risk, especially if she also has a neck tattoo. I have dated some crazy girls in my life, but if you show up with a neck tattoo and want me to call you Bambam, I will start emptying my pockets right there. No beltwork needed.
Best. Defense. Ever. If I am the defense attorney for West I am running with this. Sure it is difficult to prove a ghost actually put a sleeper hold on his wife, but it’s even more difficult to prove a ghost didn’t do it. It’s like the Tooth Fairy. She probably doesn’t exist, but can you actually prove beyond a reasonable doubt that someone with wings didn’t put that money under your pillow? Pretty much the same thing. Tooth Fairy, Santa Claus, Easter Bunny, and Domestic Violence Ghost Strangler. Have fun with this one, counsel.
P.S. Did a ghost shave that beard too? That thing is horrible. It looks like the facemask of a punter.
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