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Woman Arrested For Beating Ex With A Sledgehammer

Naples, FL – Maurice Sendak, author of “Where the Wild Things Are,” has died, but take heart, friends.  One of his fantastical creations is alive and well in Florida. The vision of beauty to the left is Angela Rhodes, 52.  She has been accused of beating her ex-boyfriend, Thommy Whidden, 48, with a one-handed sledgehammer (please spare us the Peter Gabriel references in the comments).
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