Alanis Inspires Man to Domestic Violence: “That’s All That [Expletive] Listens To!”
Posted by Newson 10/17/2012 at 5:48 PM
Allan Casey of Jacksonville, FL has one hand in his pocket, and the other one is….up to no good, anyway. Casey, 24, was recently charged with the domestic abuse of his partner, 33-year-old Todd Fletcher, hitting him in the face with a plate and giving him a large cut in the process. The reason for such violence? Alanis Morissette, ’90s megastar and apparently Fletcher’s favorite artist. News4Jax.com reports on the incident:
Allen Casey was arrested Sunday after police said he acted on his displeasure that Fletcher was listening to Alanis Morissette.
“That’s all that (expletive) listens to,” Casey said, according to a police report.
No excuse for domestic violence, naturally, but…well, maybe we’ll stop that sentence there before we say something we shouldn’t. In any event, hopefully this guy gets a respite from the incessant Jagged Little Pill during a nice, peaceful stay in prison.
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