Police: Woman said she ‘went psycho’ after thrashing Airbnb during bachelorette party

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A woman from New Jersey has been accused of destroying an Airbnb after becoming intoxicated during a bachelorette party in Nashville.

According to police, officers were called in response to a victim saying someone had broken into her privately owned Airbnb residence.

Police found Alexandra Cheety sitting on the front steps, bleeding form her foot. Front windows of the home were broken, as well as damage to a lamp, chair and two sets of blinds. Officers discovered Cheety likely kicked through the windows with her bare feet.

The home also had furniture thrown about and a coffee table flipped upside down.

The total estimated damage is approximately $1,900.

Cheety told police she drank two bottles of wine before she "went psycho."

She was transported to the hospital for treatment.

She’s being held on a $2,500 bond at the county jail.

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