Woman seeking child support has ex-husband pistol-whipped 

A miffed mom didn’t choose the legal route to force her ex-husband to pay child support — she went to his home with a gun-toting thug enforcer on Wednesday, police said.

The ex-hubby called cops saying he was pistol-whipped after his ex-wife came to his home with another man looking for money. The assault allegedly occurred in the 3200 block of Judah Street around 10:30 p.m.

Police later pulled over the car containing the suspects. The gun-toting suspect, who was driving the car, had blood on his shirt, and the ex-wife was in the passenger seat, police said.

The ex-husband told police his ex-wife had called him out of the home. When he came out, the man she was with pointed a gun at his head, then pistol-whipped him, he said.

The suspect and the ex-wife were arrested for the battery, police said.


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