Man stabs, gouges out both eyes of the mom of his child

A Tennessee man has been accused of stabbing the mom of his child and gouging her eyes out in a horrific attack, police said.

Michael Roberson, who faces charges of attempted first-degree murder and aggravated assault, told police that the two started fighting over their son, according to an detain confirmation cited by WTVC.

Police arrived at the Chattanooga home on Wednesday dusk to find the lady face down with one of her eyeballs on the belligerent next to her.

Michael Roberson, 45, faces charges of attempted first-degree murder and aggravated assault.

Michael Roberson, 45, faces charges of attempted first-degree murder and aggravated assault.

(Hamilton County Sheriff’s Office)

The woman, who lost both her eyes, also sustained gash wounds in the stomach and breast, as good as a cut to her arm, according to the affidavit.

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Roberson, who told police he blacked out and couldn’t remember what happened, pronounced he was at a low indicate in his life.

The lady lost both her eyes in further to being stabbed in the stomach and breast, the confirmation said.

The lady lost both her eyes in further to being stabbed in the stomach and breast, the confirmation said.

(WTVC/News Channel 9/ABC)

A broken knife, keys and ripped wardrobe were also found at scene.

Roberson was formerly charged with attack in 2006, but those charges were discharged by a judge who found him insane.

Roberson was found gouging out a woman's eyeballs in the yard outward a home on Frances Drive in Chattanooga, Tenn.

Roberson was found gouging out a woman’s eyeballs in the yard outward a home on Frances Drive in Chattanooga, Tenn.

(WTVC/News Channel 9/ABC)

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