San Antonio man allegedly pistol-whipped ex for revealing his criminal past to new girlfriend

A Texas man was arrested after allegedly pistol-whipping his ex-girlfriend for informing his new girlfriend about his criminal past.

Kenneth Mann, 26, was taken into custody on Saturday and charged with aggravated assault with a deadly weapon, according to online records from the Bexar County court.

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Mann's ex-girlfriend allegedly told investigators that on Nov. 11, he appeared at her apartment with a handgun after she spoke to his girlfriend about his criminal history, KSAT-TV reported, citing an arrest affidavit.

County records indicate Mann, of San Antonio, was arrested in October 2015 on suspicion of assault causing bodily injury.

During a discussion about the topic with his ex, Mann reportedly became upset and hit her in the head with his gun.

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The woman claimed that Mann allegedly told her "she owes him for causing problems with his new girlfriend," and followed her into her house — where he then allegedly "took her boyfriend's handgun and an air rifle."

Mann, according to the news station, remains in custody on $57,000 bail.