‘There’s too much blood!’: Woman allegedly slashes boyfriend with samurai sword after finding Tinder app on his phone

A Camas, Washington, woman who allegedly attacked her boyfriend with a samurai sword for cheating reportedly told a 911 dispatcher that she couldn’t help the critically injured man because there was “too much blood.”

The Oregonian recently obtained the frantic 911 call Emily Javier placed on March 3. Javier, 30, reportedly carried out the barbaric attack on boyfriend Alex Lovell after locating the Tinder dating app on his phone.

“I just stabbed my boyfriend,” Javier is heard telling a 911 dispatcher moments after the alleged slashing. “I think he’s dead. You need to hurry.”

The dispatcher asks Javier where she stabbed Lovell, 29, to which she responds, “everywhere.” The dispatcher also asks where the knife is before learning from Javier that she used a sword.

“You used a sword? OK,” the dispatcher says during the four-minute exchange.

At one point, the dispatcher asks Javier to check on her injured boyfriend in the bedroom. She refuses, telling the dispatcher that “There’s too much blood!”

(The 911 call can be heard in its entirety below.)

KOIN reported that Javier believed Lovell was cheating because she found scratches on Lovell’s back and spotted red hairs in the shower drain. For reference, Javier’s hair is dyed green.

Javier reportedly bought the samurai sword from the mall and claimed that she didn’t confront her boyfriend about his infidelity because he would just deny it.

“I thought, I was gonna stab him while he was sleeping,” Javier told officers, according to the news station.

The Oregonian reported that arriving officers found blood on the walls and Lovell curled up into a ball. Lovell is expected to survive despite being rushed to the hospital with life-threatening injuries.

“They’re still evaluating the extent of the nerve and muscular damage,” Camas police Seargent Scot Boyles said Monday.

Lovell recently told the newspaper that he would have no time to cheat on his girlfriend because he was spending 12 to 13 hours a day training and playing “PlayerUnknown’s Battleground,” a popular online multiplayer game.

“I was just so proud for beating this samurai wannabe crazy lady with hate in her heart,” Lovell—who nearly lost all his fingers in the attack—said Wednesday.

“I’ve been preparing my whole life for something like this.”

Meanwhile, Javier is facing attempted first-degree murder charges. Her bail was set at $350,000.

[Featured Image: Alex Lovell/Facebook]