A woman who accused her husband of assaulting her said she wants the state to prove her allegations are false.
Rita Hutton told the AP in an interview Friday that her husband, Michael Matey, assaulted her after they got into an argument.
Hutton said she was on her way home from a business meeting when she got into a fight with her husband.
The two had argued, she said, and the fight ended when she punched him in the face.
She said she told her husband she was pregnant, but he wouldn’t listen.
“I had been going to the grocery store, I was going to get my groceries, and I saw my husband sitting on a chair with his arms around me,” she said.
“I was like, ‘What’s going on?'”
Hutton told AP she had a history of domestic violence, including three instances of domestic abuse in the last year.
She said she filed for divorce in 2014, but his attorneys said he was never abusive and he had no criminal history.
Huttles claim in court filings that he hit her because she refused to have sex with him.
The judge ruled that the case was moot.