Police say a Nashville woman is accused of dousing her family's house in gasoline all because of a fight over an iPad.
Noha Nageeb has been charged with attempted arson.
Police say Nageeb showed up at her mother's house to get her broken iPad back from her brother, who was supposed to be fixing it.
Her brother reportedly said he didn't have the iPad, which started a big fight.
Police say Nageeb's other siblings tried holding her back, but she managed to get away and allegedly threatened her brother with a knife, telling him to find the iPad.
Nageeb is accused of cutting her brother with broken glass and going after her mother with a shoe, according to police.
Nageeb then allegedly poured gas all over the living room and threatened to burn the house down but was unable to light the house on fire.
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