Naked Melbourne man says wife’s “lesbian lovers” attacked him

Melbourne man has an interesting story for police.
Melbourne man has an interesting story for police.

MELBOURNE, Florida – When officers responded to a disturbance, they were told by a naked man that his wife’s “lesbian lovers” attacked him, according to the Melbourne Police Department.

Jason Matthew Bresnen, 46, was bleeding from “several superficial cuts on his forehead,” according to the report. He could not describe the subjects or how the alleged attack occurred.

Police then spoke with his girlfriend, who said they have four children together.

The girlfriend said they went to a pool party in Indialantic with the kids. The two of them “drank a lot at the party and had been drinking alcohol prior to the party as well,” the report said.

When they returned home, the two got into an argument over how much Bresnen was drinking. She alleges that Bresnen pushed her in the hallway, then struck her on the right side of the head with a closed fist.

After the alleged attack, Bresnen left the residence to drink more alcohol at Old School Pizza in Melbourne.

Since the girlfriend feared that Bresnen would return and strike her again, she called several friends and family members to the home.

When Bresnen returned, he kicked down the front door and took off his clothes. He then chased one of the family members down a hallway and hit him in the mouth.

The friends and family attempted to restrain Bresnen from attacking anyone else. He left the residence, naked, and began hitting a vehicle. The car was full of dents, and the damage was estimated to be around $1,000.

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Bresnen denied striking his girlfriend or anyone else in the home. He said he didn’t know who was in his house.

Bresnen was arrested and charged with Battery, Battery Domestic Violence, and Criminal Mischief. Bond set at $1,500.

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Scott Lee travels between Brevard County and Indian River County and has been writing for various publications for approximately 30 years. Lee also writes for Sebastian Daily covering Vero Beach and Florida news. Currently, he covers Palm Bay, West Melbourne, and the Melbourne area.
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