An Arizona mom who found her 16-year-old daughter in bed with a boy early Thanksgiving morning is now facing charges she assaulted the teen, cops say.
The teen boy told Mesa police he fell asleep in the bed of Jeanette Woods' daughter after the two had consensual sex.
He says he awoke to Woods straddling him and beating him in the face.
The boy told police he eventually broke free and ran but Woods allegedly chased him out of the house and down the street while continuing to punch him, KSAZ reports.
The beating allegedly continued until the boy vomited, at which point he claims 36-year-old Woods told him her cousins were "going to take care of him."
According to KSAZ, the teen left his car, which belonged to his mother, and car keys at Woods' home.
Woods reportedly told police she returned home, found a baseball bat and did $5,000 in damage to the car with a baseball bat.
Online records indicate Woods has been charged with assault, with unlawfully moving the teen's car and with damaging property.
An email sent to the Maricopa County Public Defender's Office was not immediately returned on Saturday. It was unclear from online records whether Woods has entered a plea.
Woods is next due in court Dec. 28.