A judge acquitted a Cook County prosecutor and her boyfriend of all counts against them Friday involving a scuffle in which she was accused of sinking her teeth into a man’s leg.
Associate Judge Anthony John Calabrese made the ruling after testimony that painted a less-than-pretty picture of Sarah Naughton and Bradley Gould’s Sept. 22 night out.
Defense attorneys Jeffrey Aprati and Rick Bueke said Naughton and Gould, both 31 at the time, were battered in an overly zealous eviction from a lingerie store.
At least three witnesses Friday suggested Naughton and her boyfriend, Gould, appeared drunk and out-of-control outside Taboo Tabou, 854 W. Belmont. David Boone said Naughton bit his leg during the scuffle, requiring him to get a tetanus shot.
And Naughton kept telling people she was an assistant state’s attorney, according to testimony presented by prosecutor Daniel Nikolic, a member of the Illinois attorney general’s office.