Steven Spielberg's troubled daughter Mikaela Spielberg feels "betrayed" after she was arrested for domestic violence assault on her 47-year-old fiancé.
Nashville police say Mikaela Spielberg, 23, threw objects at her fiancé, Chuck, during an argument at their home early Saturday.
Mikaela says she felt betrayed because she's the one who called police to get medical assistance for her fiancé, who received a minor injury from the flying objects.
"I am personally very heartbroken and I feel betrayed because I called for medical assistance," she said.
Mikaela said the argument escalated after Chuck made a "rude" comment about her, according to Rhymeswithsnitch.
Responding officers noted a "fresh and recent" injury on Chuck's hand and a swollen wrist.
Police determined Mikaela was the aggressor after she allegedly made conflicting comments, according to the arrest document.
Domestic violence is a misdemeanor under Tennessee law.
In most jurisdictions, the combatant without fresh injuries is taken to jail and booked. The laws were changed after men were being disproportionately arrested when the female was the actual aggressor in some cases.
Mikaela made headlines globally when she announced her plans to pursue a career in adult entertainment.
Her announcement reportedly broke her father's heart. Mikaela was adopted in South Africa as an infant by Spielberg and his wife Kate Capshaw.
Mikaela said childhood sex abuse helped contribute to her emotional and psychological problems as an adult.
She explained that adult entertainment would give her the opportunity to use her body to satisfy others on her own terms.