LOUISVILLE, Ky. (WHAS11) -- A Louisville man is facing a domestic violence charge after police said he assaulted and seriously injured his ex-girlfriend.
According to the warrant for arrest, 32-year-old William Loman was arrested Tuesday on a domestic violence assault charge at his apartment Trout Creek Road.
Police said the assault took place April 26 when Loman became angry with the victim and punched her in the face causing her to fall to the floor.
Once on the ground, police said Loman began kicking and stomping her. Loman then smeared blood on her face before she lost consciousness.
According to the report, the assault did not stop until the couple's son entered the room and be yelling.
The victim was able to get her son and leave. Police said she went to her sister's home where police and EMS were called.
The victim was taken to University Hospital for treatment. The report states the victim suffered seven fractures to her spine, broken ribs, a shattered nose and internal bruising.