Ein Fahndungsfoto von Jonathan Paul „Warmachine“ Koppenhaver. © Simi Valley Police Department. Nach einer brutalen Attacke auf seine Ex-. Mit Standort twittern. Du kannst deine Tweets vom Web aus und über Drittapplikationen mit einem Standort versehen, wie z.B. deiner Stadt. Der ehemalige MMA-Kämpfer War Machine alias Jonathan Paul Der Ex-UFC-Kämpfer War Machine wurde schuldig gesprochen.
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Naked and bloodied, Mack fled through a back door and over a fence before finding a neighbor who made an additional call for help. The former MMA fighter expressed remorse in court June 5 following his conviction on 29 of 34 charges that included first-degree kidnapping with use of a deadly weapon, sexual assault and coercing witnesses.
FB Tweet ellipsis More. The former mixed martial arts fighter known as War Machine was sentenced Monday to 36 years to life in Nevada state prison for kidnapping, beating and sexually assaulting his ex-girlfriend and attacking her male friend at her Las Vegas home in A jury convicted Koppenhaver, 35, in March.
The jurors deadlocked on two attempted-murder counts but convicted him of 29 felony and misdemeanor charges stemming from attacks on Christy Mack and Corey Thomas.
Koppenhaver talked about his troubled past and referred to the late Aaron Hernandez, the former NFL player who committed suicide in a Massachusetts prison in April.
There's no reason right now that I shouldn't be in the dirt right now laying next to Aaron Hernandez. Many UFC fighters were seemingly born to fight, while others may end up fighting too much outside of the octagon.
Like many young up and coming fighters, Koppenhaver had a successful career before he joined the UFC.
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Retrieved March 20, Rolling Stone. Koppenhaver didn't approve of her work, but for a year they were a couple, even living together on two separate occasions at her Las Vegas home.
When War Machine fought on an MMA card, she was the notoriously beautiful porn star who was cage-side at all of his fights. She says the violence began to carry over from the cage to home life, though.
The first time I thought, 'Oh it'll never happen again. After every time he would hit me, those were the best days of our relationship.
She stopped doing movies at his request, sticking to photos and appearances. But of course, as so many domestic violence victims detail, that didn't really fix anything.
A relationship that began with tenderness turned into something close to the exact opposite. The relationship ended, started again and ended again, but Mack still felt that pull toward Koppenhaver.
They stayed in touch, and on Aug. What happened next, the prosecution contends, morphed from a jealous outburst into a horrific display of violence.
In court documents outlining 36 different charges against Koppenhaver, including attempted murder, the violent details are hard to read.
Please note that much of what you're about to read came from Mack, Thomas, the police report and the prosecution. Koppenhaver's attorney, Brandon Sua, declined an interview request for his client, who is in solitary confinement and unavailable to speak.
Comments from Sua are included where relevant. Mack and Thomas were woken when Koppenhaver allegedly walked into the bedroom, turned on the light and began striking Thomas with his fists.
In his testimony, Thomas said he'd been punched repeatedly and bit in the face by Koppenhaver before being placed in a chokehold.
After about 10 minutes, Mack testified, Koppenhaver told him to leave the house and to not report the incident to the police. Thomas left the house, and he did not call the police.
Koppenhaver then began hitting Mack, according to the prosecution. He punched her multiple times, causing her to lose consciousness at least once, and kicked her in the side of her body.
As she laid on her bathroom floor, Mack says that Koppenhaver allegedly told her, "That is my py, and I'm going to take it back now.
She says she ended up naked and in the shower, though she's not sure whether he undressed her or ordered her to take her clothes off.
She told police that Koppenhaver tried to rape her, and prosecutors have charged him with sexual assault. In her testimony, Mack escaped the house only when Koppenhaver left the bedroom and entered the kitchen.
She heard the clanging of metal and believes he went looking for another knife. Mack says she ran, naked, to a neighbor's house, climbed the fence and begged to let her in.
The neighbors didn't open the door, but they let her hide behind a wall outside as they called the police. The beating left her unable to walk for a week because of the injuries to her thigh.
Her liver had been ruptured from punches and kicks to her body -- the liver injury was so bad that doctors opted to not operate on her face because they worried she couldn't handle being put under anesthesia.
She had 18 broken bones, a broken nose, multiple missing and broken teeth, and a fractured rib. But perhaps nothing hurt like her recollection of what Koppenhaver did to her identity.
At some point that night, Mack says he took the dull blade of the knife he was holding and meticulously began sawing her hair.
After neighbors called police, the story blew up. As authorities launched a manhunt for Koppenhaver, Mack posted stunning images of her injuries on Twitter, sparking a viral reaction.
Dog the Bounty Hunter even announced he would be joining the search for Koppenhaver. All sorts of rumors and false reports began to pop up about what happened that night.
Mack saw comments on social media speculating that she wasn't really hurt, or that she had hurt Koppenhaver first. It was reminiscent of the way that many people saw the initial Ray Rice news in February and shrugged their shoulders with some version of, "You never know what happens between a husband and wife.
It's a brand of victim-blaming that often happens in domestic violence cases, but there also seemed to be an added undercurrent of derision for Mack because of her profession.
But three days later, the narrative shifted dramatically when Mack tweeted graphic photos and her description of the incident.
The photos were widely run by news outlets and blogs, with 40,plus retweets.