He told her: "Get out of here. Stop coming over here and starting s—- with me," according to court records.Hairston, for his part, told police that his estranged wife has harassed him and "threatened to get him fired from his job."
Hairston then grabbed the woman's hand so hard it fractured her middle finger, court records say. She drove herself to Euclid Hospital and called police.
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