SAN DIEGO — A San Diego mother of three said she was so upset she threw the sheets off her husband’s tanning room and went to the police.
But the woman, whose name has been withheld by her lawyer, has not been arrested, and her husband, Brian T. DeRosa, says he’s glad no one was hurt.
The woman, who has asked to remain anonymous, said she and her three children had just moved to San Diego from Orlando, Fla., and decided to move into their own room for the summer.
But her husband was having trouble with his tanning session, so she decided to have a look.
The tanning studio was full, and she asked her husband to use the bathroom.
He refused, and the sheets flew off the wall.
She said she grabbed her husband and threw the towels away.
The woman said she had a bruise on her left eye and cut her hand with a razor blade.
She also suffered a cut to her ear from a sharp object.
The incident prompted a police investigation, and T.
DeRosa said he has since contacted law enforcement.
The victim, who also wants to remain unnamed, said her family has had no problems with the tanning facility.
But DeRosos statement contradicts statements he made to police, and in a phone interview on Tuesday, he said he’s “very upset” about what happened.
He said he did not know that his wife had been using the tanneries for more than six months.
Rosa did not identify the man who took the towels.
“The reason I called the police was because I was concerned about the welfare of my children, and also my wife,” he said.
“I’ve never done anything like this in my life.
She was a good person.”
T.D., who is 28, said he felt bad for his wife after he learned the incident.
“I was devastated and upset, and I didn’t want to be the one to cause this to happen,” he told The Associated Press by phone.
“That’s not the person I was.”
Tara DeRoscosa, her daughter, said T. D.R. said he and his wife were “not going to take it any longer.”
Tears streamed down her face when she spoke with the AP, and tears ran down her cheeks.
“We love you,” she said.
“That’s why we are here,” T.
Rosas son said, in tears.