An enraged ex-boyfriend stabbed his former flame’s current beau during a scuffle in a Brooklyn apartment early Thursday, cops said.
The 29-year-old woman and her 26-year-old boyfriend were inside the sixth-floor apartment, part of NYCHA’s Eleanor Roosevelt Houses, on Pulaski Street near Stuyvesant Avenue in Bedford-Stuyvesant around 4 a.m. when her 34-year-old ex showed up, according to cops and police sources.
The confrontation between the two turned violent when the ex stabbed the younger man twice in the left arm, according to police.
The girlfriend called 911 — and the alleged attacker was busted on scene. Charges are pending.
The new flame was taken to the Kings County Hospital Center in stable condition, cops said.
A woman who lives across the hall said she “woke up to a lot of noise.”
“A man yelling, ‘Leave!, leave!, leave!, Go! Go!, Go!,” said the neighbor. “I looked out and there was a lot of blood.”
A man who was cleaning the hallway, using a mop and bucket from a crime scene clean-up company — filled with blood — called the scene “vicious.”
“It looked like Freddy Krueger went to work in this hall!” he said. “Blood all over the walls and floor. Took me over an hour and a half to clean it off.”
Another neighbor who did not give her name said she often hears commotion coming from the apartment.
“They just recently moved here,” she said. “When I go out to walk my dog at night, they’re always arguing in there. Loud shouting! Very often.”
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