The 43-year-old mother woke from a nap, and found a bottle of Starbucks chilled coffee in the fridge. She knew it belonged to her son. "She stated that she meant to go do some grocery shopping so she drank the coffee and went to the grocery store," a report states. When she got home, Quintana started "ranting about the coffee." She told him she bought him a two-liter soda and that she pays for his gas to and from work. Quintana "kept ranting," she wrote. The mom alleged Quintana at one point sat in front of her computer. She told him he needed to get up because she had an online final exam. She said Quintana pushed her away as she approached the chair, and she pushed him back "out of reflex." Quintana said his mother downed his coffee, and he was "pissed off because he 'spent every cent on that coffee' and it was his and that she 'stole it.'" It's unclear whether the coffee was an espresso, decaf, latte, mocha, cappuccino or flavored specialty blend. Quintana said his mother tried to pull the chair from under him and hit him. Police saw no marks. He denied pushing his mom. "Later on in the conversation, he stated that maybe when he stood up and got back in her face, the chair pushed her," a report states.
Son Assaults Mom For Drinking His Starbucks Coffee
Brandon Scott Quintana, 19, of Port St. Lucie, Florida was arrested and charged with battery on Monday after he shoved his mother for "stealing" and drinking his coffee.