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Cole Goldberg, 23, has been arrested and charged with first-degree attempted murder
90 Day Fiancé Caroline Schwitzky’s boyfriend has been charged with attempted murder over claims he tried to drown her after they argued on a boat.
Cole Goldberg, 23, who had been dating 32-year-old Schwitzky for about a year, was arrested earlier this week in West Palm Beach by the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission in West Palm Beach.
He faces first-degree attempted murder charge and battery and was released on $60,000 bail. Schwitzy herself was arrested by cops following the drowning incident on an outstanding warrant.
Witnesses detailed in a police report seen by the New York Post how they observed Goldberg and Schwitzky arguing while out on a boat.
Schwitzky attempted to get off the vessel but Cole ‘was grabbing her very aggressively’ to keep her on the boat.
Cole Goldberg, 23, had been dating 32-year-old Schwitzky for about a year
Schwitzky, 32, jumped off a boat in West Palm Beach, Florida as witnesses say she attempted to escape from Goldberg following an argument and struggle that lasted some 20 minutes
Schwitzky, a mother-of-three and CEO of Miami talent agency Urge was also arrested and booked for an outstanding warrant in another county. She was released within hours on a $1,000 bond
Schwitzky punched Goldberg on his arms in an attempt to escape during a struggle which lasted 20 minutes.
She then jumped into the water and swam to a nearby boat, according to witnesses.
But Goldberg allegedly did not want to let her get away and jumped into the water after her whereupon he is alleged to have tried to drown her.
She was only saved after a bystander by the name of Matt Paris jumped into the water and intervened.
A police report detailed how Schwitzky was left with bruises on her arm.
Goldberg, who was released on bond is next expected to appear in court on May 25.
Schwitzky, a mother-of-three and CEO of Miami talent agency Urge was also arrested and booked for an outstanding warrant in another county. She was released within hours on a $1,000 bond.