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Wednesday, July 13, 2011

Man runs over girlfriend with wife's car

Sulaiman Kamal | 4:44 AM | | | | | | Best Blogger Tips

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A NEW York woman whose cheating husband was charged in the drunken hit-and-run of his mistress said today she has broken up with him over his betrayal.

"He's supposed to be my husband - he's supposed to be not cheating," a fuming Rosa Estevez told the New York Post at her Bronx home.

Police said Ms Estevez's husband, Ricky Pena, 28, mowed down his girlfriend with his wife's 2006 Honda Pilot SUV early Saturday local time and then left her bleeding in the street as he sped off - only to wind up critically injured in another crash five hours later.

Ms Estevez came to Mr Pena's side after he was rushed to Harlem Hospital, where he remains in serious condition.

Then she learned that her husband - and the father of her three-year-old daughter - was in a romantic relationship with the 23-year-old cocktail waitress he hit with her car.

"I have no idea what was going on with them. All I know is they got into a fight, they got into an argument, and he hit her," Ms Estevez said.

She added, "We broke up. We don't have a relationship - now only a daughter."

The hit-and-run victim, whose name has not been released, was taken to the Bellevue Hospital Center in stable condition with a gash on her forehead.

The woman works at the nearby El Tequilazo bar, sources told the Post. Authorities described her as Mr Pena's girlfriend.

It was not known if Mr Pena had been in the bar with the woman, but police later charged him with drunk driving and vehicular assault.

Detectives were still investigating the circumstances of both crashes.

Mr Pena's father-in-law, Esteban Estevez, 79, said he was unaware of any relationship Mr Pena had with another woman, saying his son-in-law works the night shift as a security guard and customarily comes home after his shift.

"He never looks for trouble," Mr Estevez told the Post yesterday. "I've only known him as the husband of my daughter, and nothing else."

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