A California woman who allegedly assaulted three men on a freeway while dressed as a woman and dressed in a women’s robe and makeup, was arrested and charged with assault with a deadly weapon.
The woman was charged Thursday with assaulting three men at an eastbound freeway interchange in San Diego County.
The incident happened on July 27.
The victims, all men, were in their late 20s to early 30s, according to San Diego police Sgt. Ryan Smith.
The woman allegedly began assaulting them at the intersection of Interstate 880 and the 7400 Freeway, Smith said.
When the woman reached into her pants and pulled out a plastic razor blade, she began cutting them with the blade.
She allegedly slashed at them multiple times, Smith added.
Police say the men got up and fled on foot.
The women reportedly did not stop until they arrived at a nearby police station.
A search warrant affidavit filed Thursday indicates that the women’s cell phone was used to record the assaults.
Police are investigating whether the phone was a factor in the attack.