FAMILY TREE: Girlfriend Pushed Out After Pushing Over Christmas Tree


MAJOR UPDATE: Click Here For Our Exclusive Report. ALL CHARGES DROPPED.
UPDATE: 1p December 4, 2012: We have spoken with Roger Ploof, the suspect, who tells us the following: The “victim” was never his girlfriend. She, he says, became upset upon learning that another girl had decorated his christmas tree and had to be removed  from his home. He also makes the point that the “victim” did not request a “no contact order” to be issued and points out that rarely do victims want to  continue contact with the person they claim “battered” them. He, however, requested to sign one to keep her away from him. Lastly, he suggests there is a recording of his arrest which may raise questions about the actions of  those involved.
Lastly: has confirmed that the “victim’s” aunt is a Dispatcher for Boca Raton Police Department and was “on the scene.” He claims that she told the “victim” what to say to generate a domestic abuse call that often ends in arrest. will follow the story, and reminds readers that just because someone’s mugshot appears on our website (or any of the unscrupulous mugshot websites), guilt is only determined in a court of law. In other words: anyone can be arrested for anything at anytime.
BOCA RATON, FL ( — Nothing says “happy holidays” better than battery.
Boca Raton Police say Roger Ploof picked up a girl that he was dating — physically — and carried her from his bedroom to the living room. But it wasn’t a romantic swing under the mistletoe.
There was an argument. The girlfriend accentuated her point by pushing over his Christmas Tree.
Ploof — police allege — pushed the girlfriend out of his house. Scorned, she called police. Officers charged Ploof with battery. He was turned over to the Palm Beach County Jail where he was released on his own recognizance.


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