Eileen Likness of Alberta, Canada, says she likely survived a bullet from her ex-boyfriend because of her breasts.
“My implants took the brunt of the force,” she said in court Wednesday.
Fernando “Frank” Chora, charged with attempted murder and aggravated assault with a weapon, allegedly fired his 9mm handgun at Likness while she was seated in her car. Likness had just dropped off Chora after driving him for several hours, she said.
The bullet grazed her arm, entered her right breast, scratched her chest plate and exited her left breast, according to her testimony.
The projectile’s path through her body all but deflated her boosted breasts, she said.
“They were gone,” she said.