Criminal charges are pending against an Onalaska woman accused of sexually assaulting a teenager with a hairbrush, according to court records.

Abrianna Marr, 19, is expected to be charged Friday with first-degree sexual assault of a child when she appears in La Crosse County Circuit Court.

The victim said she was 15 on July 1 when Marr assaulted her with the hairbrush at a West Salem apartment after the teen passed out from drinking alcohol, police reports stated.

Another woman witnessed the assault, which was reported to police on Monday.

Marr told police she was poking the victim with the brush to wake her and denied assaulting her, reports stated.

Marr is jailed on a $25,000 cash bond.

She was charged in November with driving into a building and striking a sheriff’s deputy’s squad car after taking “every drug under the sun,” according to reports. Marr is set to enter a plea in that case in March.

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Police and courts reporter

Anne Jungen covers law enforcement and the criminal justice system in La Crosse County. She joined the Tribune reporting staff in December 2005. You can contact her directly at ajungen@lacrossetribune.com or 608-791-8224.

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