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A Man on a Norwegian Cruise Line ship was arrested after allegedly chasing the woman all over the ship, breaking her jaw

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The FBI has confirmed the arrest of a man on a Norwegian Cruise Line ship, which they say could be a woman anywhere on the ship before it broke in her arm and jaw.

Jeff Smiley, III was arrested on Nov. 6, after the Norwegian cruise ship was at the pier in Old San Juan, Puerto Rico. He was charged with two counts of assault, including assault within maritime and territorial jurisdiction, and that the attack, which resulted in substantial bodily injury to a spouse or partner.

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The FBI would not confirm Ones ‘ relationship with the child’s best interests.

Authorities with the San Juan Field Office say surveillance footage shows the Ones assaulting the woman on Nov. 4 while the ship was in international waters. They say, “he continued,” the victim “through the different sections of the cruise ship” during the attack, according to a news release.

The man, who boarded a Norwegian Cruise Line ship (not shown) in the direction of San Juan, Peurto Rico, and is said to be “secondary” to the target by the ship during the attack, according to the FBI.
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Agents from the FBI’s Violent crime (VC) team and U.s. Coast Guard met on board the ship, just outside of San Juan the next day. Smiley was detained overnight by the police of Puerto Rico, before being arrested on assault charges the next day.

As an assistant United States Attorney Jenifer Hernandez will be in the prosecution of the case, the FBI said. If he is convicted, Smiley could face to five years in prison.

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A representative from the Norwegian Cruise Line, was not immediately available for comment.

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