It’s meant that I rarely want to talk about people I’m seeing to my friends for fear of seeing the “internet-dating-smirk” flash over their smug, straight face.
But just because I didn’t meet my new bae in some Disney-style turn of fate doesn’t mean its worth any less than you and your Air Max-wearing boo.
Her right eye is swollen shut and she has bruising and scraping on her chin area." One of Love's roommates, Caitlin Whiteley, and another witness, Phillippe Oudshoorn, who called 911, described the same scene, according to the affidavits.
Police immediately went to the apartment of the 22-year-old Huguely, where they saw bruises on his hands and a scratch on his arm.
The door to Yeardley Love's apartment remained open Tuesday as the University of Virginia lacrosse star's roommates, assisted by friends and relatives, packed their belongings into boxes and plastic bags.
While they came and went, a small square of yellow crime-scene tape hung in the entry as a reminder of the bloody confrontation in the apartment that left two families and an entire community devastated.
According to the affidavits released Tuesday, officers found Love facedown on her pillow in a pool of blood.
She had a large contusion on the right side of her face, which, the affidavits said, "appears to have been caused by blunt force trauma.
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George Huguely, also a lacrosse player and Love's onetime boyfriend, remained in a Charlottesville jail Tuesday charged with first-degree murder after admitting to police that he had been involved in an altercation with Love, according to search warrant affidavits, and had "shook Love and her head repeatedly hit the wall." When Charlottesville police arrived at the three-story complex near the Virginia campus at a.m.
Monday and entered Love's bedroom, they said they knew as soon as they turned her body over that a crime had been committed.
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Alexa and Meyer, both recent graduates of the Business School, came up with the idea after a girlfriend complained that there was not enough testosterone in the School of Social Work.