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ZEPHYRHILLS, Fla. -- Authorities say a Tampa Bay area woman used a stun gun on her adult daughter because she didn't like the way her daughter cleans their mobile home.
The Pasco County Sheriff's Office reported that 48-year-old Cynthia Alexander approached her 28-year-old daughter, who was sitting on the couch, Tuesday evening.
Alexander reportedly punched her daughter in the face and chest. The daughter fought back, scratching Alexander, but then Alexander pulled out the stun gun and sent 5 million volts into her daughter's face, according to deputies.
The Tampa Bay Times reported that the daughter eventually ran outside, where a neighbor intervened and called deputies.
The daughter didn't want to press charges, but deputies arrested Alexander and charged her with aggravated domestic battery.
Her bond is set at $7,500.