AUSTIN (KXAN) – An Austin woman is in a host of trouble after a less-than-amicable breakup, according to police.
Police said she called her ex-boyfriend hundreds of times a day and severely injured his mother with her car.
According to a police affidavit, 22-year-old Elizabeth Segundo McClain is accused of aggravated assault with a deadly weapon and stalking.
Court records indicate McClain texted her ex-boyfriend on Nov. 4 — which also happened to be her birthday — 126 times in a row. All were blank text messages, except for two that read, “Annoying Uh?”
Police said McClain on Monday sent 50 blank text messages to her 25-year-old ex-boyfriend and then a series of messages suggesting that she was at his home.
Less than 30 minutes later, the ex-boyfriend allegedly received a text message from his mother’s boyfriend saying McClain just hit his mother with her car.
Two minutes later, police said McClain sent a text message to her ex-boyfriend saying, “How’s Life LOL.”
Police said the ex-boyfriend’s mother was outside her house calling police because McClain had threatened to knock a car with a flat tire off its jack. That is when police said McClain drove her car up onto the driveway.
The mother told McClain she was not allowed to be there. When the mother went behind the car to get the license plate number, she said McClain reversed the car and hit her.
The mother was taken to the hospital with a broken collarbone, wrist, ankle and several broken ribs. The mother is still in the Intensive Care Unit.
Officers said McClain dated the man on-and-off for about three years until September 2012. He told officers that he and McClain argued often, so he told her that he’d never like to see her anymore.
The ex-boyfriend said that is when McClain started to harass him. Throughout the course of several months, McClain allegedly text messaged or called him constantly.
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