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’90 Day Fiance’ alum’s boyfriend’s arrested for allegedly attempting to murder her

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Cole Goldberg, boyfriend of ”90 Day Fiancé”  star Caroline Schwitzky has been arrested for allegedly attempting to murder her.

TMZ reported that officers at Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission said the alleged murder attempt happened on Sunday April 24, at West Palm Beach, Florida,

Golberg was arrested after eyewitnesses told police officers that he tried to strangle and drown her after they got into a heated argument.

Eyewitnesses said Caroline tried to get away from her boyfriend of one year, but he was holding and aggressively grabbing her to keep her onboard. The struggle went on for around 20 minutes before Caroline began punching Cole’s arms to free herself.

Officers said they were told Caroline eventually managed to break free and jump off the boat, swimming toward a nearby boat. Cole apparently jumped in after her, caught up to her in the water and allegedly tried to push her under.

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Witnesses also claimed Cole grabbed Caroline by the throat with both hands, attempting to strangle her while holding her under the water in a rage.

The people who claim they saw it all go down told officers they screamed at Cole to stop to no avail. He allegedly kept holding Caroline underwater.

According to the report, several people from a nearby boat jumped in the water to rescue her. They managed to pull Caroline up and away from Cole, and even used a stick to keep him at bay.

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Officers arrested Cole for attempted first-degree murder. He was also hit with a battery charge.

Caroline, a CEO of a Miami talent agency who appeared on “90 Day Fiance: Happily Ever After?” back in 2016, is said to have suffered bruises on her arm.

Jail records revealed that 23-year-old Cole was booked just after midnight on Monday April 25, and was released a few hours later after posting a $60,000 bond.

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