Woman upset over Valentine's Day plans arrested for assault & battery

For an Oklahoma City woman, Valentine's Day did not end well as her stay at an Oklahoma City Hotel turned into a stay an the Oklahoma County jail.

Oklahoma City Police say they were called to the Hilton Garden Inn in the 3200 block of NW 137th Street around 2:30 AM Saturday. The caller told police a guest needed to be removed from the hotel.

The caller told police that 29-year-old Ebony Rhodes guest came down to the front desk and was upset because rose petals, champagne, and chocolate covered strawberries never arrived to her room. The victim at the hotel said Rhodes threw a drink in his face and wanted to press charges against her.

When officers arrived, they spoke to Rhodes in her hotel room and said she needed to leave. They said at that point she became very angry and yelled obscenities. Police arrested her after they say she yelled several derogatory comments and threats.

As she was being put into the police unit, she continued making comments against the officer that were graphic in nature and homosexual slurs.

She was booked into the Oklahoma County Jail on several charges including trespassing, assault and battery, disorderly conduct, and threaten to do bodily harm.