Court documents say a Mankato woman is charged with allegedly breaking into her ex-lovers apartment and destroying thousands of dollars worth of clothing.

The criminal complaint says Katrina Williams and a man had recently ended a relationship.

The complaint alleges the two had a discussion at the man’s apartment before he left for an appointment.

He alleges that Williams had no legal access to his apartment and was not on the lease.

While he was gone, Williams allegedly used a box cutter to destroy almost 80 articles (47 shirts, 11 pairs of pants, five pairs of shoes and nine pairs of underwear) of clothing, valued at over $2,200.

The complaint says Williams admitted to Mankato Public Safety that she had cut the clothes, but denied breaking into the apartment.

The victim was not named in the complaint.