You see, in the end, it doesn’t pay to be an overzealous sugar baby. Take, for example, this story of a 47-year-old woman who was arrested for running over her 60-year-old sugar daddy. According to a story in the NYDN
Junmakia Racquel Henley, 47, met the man, who authorities described as a “dapper retired engineer in his 60s,” at a Walmart in Marietta in February 2016, Cobb County District Attorney Vic Reynolds said in a statement.
After meeting for lunch, the pair began to see each other frequently over the next several days. Henley encouraged her new beau to buy her gifts and take her out on the town.
However, by the end of the week, the man had enough of spending on her. Feeling he was being used, he asked Henley to leave.
The victim was walking Henley to her car parked in his driveway.
When Henley got into her car, prosecutors say she immediately backed up and then accelerated toward the man, who was struck and landed on the hood of her car. After putting the car in reverse, which caused the victim to be removed from the car hood, Henley again drove over him.
She did not seem to have any concern that the man’s legs were crushed and referred to him as “what’s his name,” officials say.
Police were led to believe Henley was keeping the man around as a “sugar daddy.”
It took the jury 30 minutes to convict Henley of aggravated assault with a motor vehicle, aggravated battery and felony hit and run.
Henley was sentenced Monday to serve 15 years in prison with another 10 years of probation to follow her incarceration.
The only thing I got this story; how are you a sugar baby at damn near 50 years old? Wouldn’t the better term be ‘sugar cousin’ in the case