New York billionaire and serial plastic surgery patient Jocelyn Wildenstein drew further attention to herself when police responded to a domestic disturbance call at Trump Tower apartment in the wee hours of December 7th. The 76-year-old Wildenstein had been accused of clawing and cutting her 49-year-old boyfriend Lloyd Klein. Charged with two counts of felony assault, police took the socialite into custody for attacking Klein with her fingernails and a pair of scissors after flying into a violent rage. Klein, a fashion designer whose clients include Pink and Nicki Minaj, said he shut Wildenstein inside a walk-in closet in an effort to calm her down.

The fight started after Wildenstein complained of Klein’s amount of time spent on social media. She then threw a candle his way, spilling hot wax all over him. Dubbed the unflattering nickname “Bride of Wildenstein,” the angry socialite is reported to have spent millions of dollars on cosmetic surgery, aiming for feline features. Her recent mugshot reveals a sharp indent from her mouth to cheeks and the eyes are slanted like a cat’s.

Accustomed to cat fights

Hell hath no fury like a woman scorned (even if by a laptop). Reportedly, the pair have been together for almost ten years but it is not clear if Wildenstein and Klein will remain a couple or if the next time she yells for him to log off of the computer he will immediately do so.

Nevertheless, Wildenstein is known for not accepting the position of second place. In 1999, she was awarded $2 billion in her divorce settlement from art deal husband Alec Wildenstein. He pulled a gun on her after she caught him in bed with his 19-year-old girlfriend. Alec Wildenstein passed away in 2008.

Settling it in court

Jocelyn Wildenstein is scheduled to appear in court on February 15th. Her attorney Alan Kachalsky insists a mountain is being made out of a molehill. He also told The New York Post’s Page Six that Klein did not suffer any stab wounds. Kachalsky even suggests that perhaps his client was not locked inside a closet to calm down, but was in there to get away from Klein.