A downstate man was jailed for allegedly choking a woman who declined to participate in a three-way sexual liaison during race weekend at Chicagoland Speedway.
Brandon Dallefeld, 34, of 23670 N. 1200th Road in Adair was charged with aggravated domestic battery in connection with the 10 p.m. Saturday incident at the racetrack.
Other racegoers reportedly heard a couple arguing in Dallefeld's trailer and went over to investigate. When they got there, police said, they saw a 27-year-old woman crying.
The other racegoers flagged down a police officer reportedly learned from a 26-year-old woman in the camper that Dallefeld wanted her and his wife "to sleep together and that's what started the fight."
Asked if by, "sleep together," the woman meant "all have sex with each other," a police source said, yes, that was what the woman meant.
Dallefeld then used his forearm to choke his wife, who was the 27-year-old woman the other racegoers found crying in the camper, police said.
Dallefeld, however, had a different take on what transpired in the camper, police said. Dallefeld told the officer he and the two women were "having a threesome when they left and he never did anything," according to the police
Dallefeld, who wasn't the only NASCAR fan to find himself on the wrong side of the law Saturday, was booked into the Will County jail and remains in custody. He is being held on a $3,500 bond.