Love rat who left her partner for a Ukrainian refugee has been arrested after neighbors “heard screams”.
A LOVE rat dad who left his partner for a Ukrainian refugee before they split and reignited their romance has been arrested on charges of ‘national’ slinging abuse.
Tony Garnett was escorted from his home in handcuffs and spent the night in a cell in West Yorkshire this weekend after neighbors “heard screams”.
The 30-year-old says he and Sofiia Karkadym got into a verbal argument for “putting his daughters first” before eight police officers stormed into his Bradford home.
The couple got together just 10 days after he and his partner Lorna, 10, welcomed the fugitive into the home they shared with their two children.
Just months later, Tony also dumped Sofiia — leaving her “heartbroken.”
Then, around Christmas time, the father announced that he was back and had fallen in love with the IT manager and even met her family in Ukraine.
But this afternoon he admitted there had been trouble in paradise again on Friday night.
Tony told The Sun: “I was playing on a game console with my daughter.
“But Sofiia didn’t like the idea of me going up there because she said she wanted me to spend some time with her.
“Then it became a big argument about who I put first in my life.
“So I said, ‘Of course my kids always come first,’ and then it broke out into a big row and that was it.
“There was nothing important.”
But a neighbor thought differently when he heard the screaming and called the police.
Tony continued: “Next, eight police officers just walk into my house.
“Quick, handcuffs on, down to the police station and a ‘no further action’.”
Tony says he was released without charge.
It’s not the first time the police have been called
West Yorkshire Police have been asked for an opinion on the matter.
https://www.the-sun.com/news/7314687/love-rat-ukrainian-refugee-arrested/ Love rat who left her partner for a Ukrainian refugee has been arrested after neighbors “heard screams”.