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New Whiteland, Ind — Last story for the day, an infuriating case of domestic abuse where a man beat a woman in front of their kids on Halloween night. Debbie Brown had returned home from taking her 7 and 9-year-old out trick-or-treating Halloween night when she got into an argument with her ex-husband, 33-year-old Timothy Brown. This altercation led to Brown severely beating Debbie in front of  their two children who called 911 and then hid in a closet until police arrived. Brown unsuccessfully tried blocking the officers from entering the home when they arrived, and was subsequently Tased. Officers would find Debbie unconscious on the couch suffering from severe injuries to her eye and head along with broken bones. The kids were escorted out of the closet with a blanket over their heads so they would not have to see their mother’s condition or their father in handcuffs. He’s currently in jail facing charges of domestic battery in the presence of children, aggravated battery with injury and resisting law enforcement. Neighbors told police that Brown is a real asshole, and have witnessed his public outbursts before. Police say that Brown has had domestic issues in the past. They didn’t specify with who, but my guess they involved Debbie. Sad thing is, this very well may not be the last time. Check out the following two videos. The first has a snippet of the 911 call, the other has a shot of Debbie’s injuries.

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  • Gee

    So sad the kids have to go through this. 911 call is heartbreaking

  • Anonymous
  • guillotinegirl

    “I swear, officer, you would not believe how bad my fists hurt after she repeatedly bashed her head into them.”

  • EveryVillainIsLemons

    If she attacked him, he should have been the one calling 911, not the kids. I wonder what the kids would say if they were asked about what happened? “Daddy is killing Mommy” sounds pretty straightforward to me.

  • Athena

    Wow. Yeah… that’s not self defense.

  • http://www.facebook.com/people/Rebecca-Garcia/100000746322144 Rebecca Garcia

    “The kids were escorted out of the closet with a blanket over their heads so they would not have to see their mother’s condition or their father in handcuffs”

    poor babies…

  • http://www.facebook.com/people/Rebecca-Garcia/100000746322144 Rebecca Garcia

    i bet this isn’t the first time since the kids already knew to hide and call 911: (

  • Anonymous

    How disheartening. Those poor kids must have been so afraid for their Momma. Their father unfortunately is a pussy ass bitch.

  • Anonymous

    What a shithead loser. Nice way to make Halloween into something that sucks. Oh, and Debbie? Your ex-husband needs to be out of your life, and out of your kids’ life. Your kids should not have to be witnessing this, nor having to call 911.

  • Anonymous

    Whatta dickweed! Classic bully. I hope there are a lot of family to love those poor kids until their mom gets well and can care for them again. He needs to be jailed forever!

  • soplisako80

    What a total douche!!! He beat the kids mom and then tried to act like it was all her fault for saying she didn’t want him around the kids anymore.. Typical abuser it is never the abusers fault.. the victim always brings in on themselves.. Oh and I love the fact that they can never remember the actual act of beating on their spouses. So convenient to just forget it all right?.. I bet the kids won’t forget that night ever. Take it from a person who witnessed her mothers boyfriend try to kill her.. That shit never goes away,

  • Anonymous

    He should be charged with child abuse (mental), too, for subjecting them to that.

    Also: I’m too lazy to look it up, but I’m wondering why Debbie was having him around so late in the evening, considering he was he EX-husband. Even if he had visitation or they shared custody, that doesn’t really explain the situation, so far as it would seem.

  • benado

    And this was the first time “Daddy” got out’a hand? Whatever!

  • TARHEELS BABY!

    maybe that dumb bitch has finally learned her lesson. apparently he is a repeat offender, and I don’t really feel bad for her, as she subjected her kids to this bullshit for a while by refusing to leave him.

  • beatlechick

    It just amazes me how these beautiful women end up with wifebeating uggos. It also amazes me how they stay with them. I wish her a speedy recovery with divorce proceedings to match.

  • beatlechick

    It just amazes me how these beautiful women end up with wifebeating uggos. It also amazes me how they stay with them. I wish her a speedy recovery with divorce proceedings to match.

  • Anonymous

    OMG what a fucking asshole!!! I hope someone gives him a beat down at the very least! Those poor children

  • Anonymous

    OMG what a fucking asshole!!! I hope someone gives him a beat down at the very least! Those poor children

  • Anonymous

    sadly, i know about this first hand as it happened to ne 6 years and 18 days ago.even sadder – unless someone steps in and makes her realize that it is impossible to have children in this situation.i, too, spent time in the hospital, and my then-husband spent ten months in our county jail. that was the ONLY reason i recovered – both physically and emotionally….ok well not so much emotionally, but enough to scream WAKE THE FUCK UP!!!!!!YOU STUPID…..well – im sure you get the picture.anyways, 6 years later, my kids and i are doing good – really good considering all that they were put through.in my case, that was the first time the kids had witnessed anything, and that straw broke my back.my heart goes out to these babies – i hope the family supports are strong.family and friends are essential to recovery.and therapy therapy THERAPY till ya wanna puke – but it can be done!!!!my family is living proof of it.

  • Gee

    This guy is just a POS, I bet his parents are real proud of his ability to beat his wife unconscious! Obviously he does not have a lawyer or he would not be giving this interview like a dumb ass.

  • Anonymous

    Poor lady needs to watch her back, I bet if he gets the chance he will finish what he started. Sad that the kids and her will never feel safe. If there is a God he needs to bless the f&*^ out of this family.

  • http://www.facebook.com/nborreggine Nikki Borreggine

    I thought the article said it was her EX-husband. Sounds like she was away from him. It was a holiday this happened. Not saying she should have let the kids see him, but maybe thats why her and her ex got in the fight to begin with…

    Just saying that’s an awful harsh thing to say, with so few details.

  • LeaveMeBe

    I’m glad you and your kids are doing better and that you had the courage to go from victim to survivor. Sounds like you’re well on your way to living again.

  • Anonymous

    Fucking piece of shit wuss, next time pick on someone your own size, oh wait there will be plenty where you are going.

  • Anonymous

    I understand your anger and frustration as the kids are unwilling participants in a dangerous and emotionally damaging drama. If you’ve not been in this situation or experieced it with a family member, it is hard to appreciate the difficulty of getting free. It’s easy for an outside observer to see the simple solution.

    They have children, a judge may require her to maintain a visitation schedule with the POS.

    Think of the frog in the pot, the water slowly heating up, he’s cooked before he realizes how hot the water got. People get acclimated to the noose of abuse, getting out is harder the further down the rabbit hole they go. Please try to be understanding rather than condemning.

  • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_WQFPQQY7NMK42N5RCHUTTWJ2SU Itzel

    Wow I witnessed this many times among my parents, however I managed to “overcome” the memories. I never called the police though, my dad scared me way back when I was 7.

  • Athena

    That last paragraph… those analogies… BRILLIANT.

    When I read your initial paragraph, I was all ready to reply that human beings get comfortable in the most inhospitable environments and that, if people took the appropriate steps at the first signs of danger (always make police reports or, at the very least, keep a log of the date, time and nature of disturbances), it wouldn’t be all that difficult to leave when the time comes. Problem is, people get so comfortable so quick, they DON’T take the appropriate steps. And this is human nature. So few people, no matter how strong they consider themselves to be, leave the first time their belongings get broken or the first time they get smacked.

    I grew up in a situation like that. BOTH my parents were physical with each other. Either one could have, should have, would have left… only neither one did. They got comfortable. They justified each other’s behavior. They both decided that being together with the occasional shove or scratch was better than being apart.

    So, while I don’t get it personally (the only physicality in my household is positive, never a shove or scratch traded), I do get it, being able to see how the psychology plays out while growing up. And, while it’s not at all ideal, experiences like this make kids BETTER people far more often than it makes them worse people. So, while mothers should definitely avoid subjecting their children to this, the good news is, pressure creates diamonds. I can, in a sick way, thank the suffering my husband’s mother put herself through with abusive relationships for creating a man who wouldn’t raise a hand to me even under the most extreme circumstances.

  • Anonymous

    I hope they tased him in the crotch .. I know they probably didn’t but it makes me feel better imagining they did..

  • Anonymous

    I hope they tased him in the crotch .. I know they probably didn’t but it makes me feel better imagining they did..

  • Anonymous

    This is what I love…the cops covered the childrens heads, so this nightmare would not be compounded.

  • Anonymous

    Thanks for your comments. Speaking of brilliant, that diamonds created under pressure should be listed there too. I’m fond of telling people who can’t or won’t help themselves that it’s not the challenges we face in life, it’s how we choose to handle them that builds our strength.