Just when you thought you heard it all. A woman from Milwaukee admitted to and is being charged with setting her husband on fire after she thought he had poisoned her chicken wings.
Tuhonsty Marie Smith, 29, had suspected her husband, Henry Williams, of poisoning her wings and waited until 4 in the morning the next day to fill a cup with lighter fluid and pouring it on his head with a lit match following right behind it. As a result, Williams suffered damaging burn wounds to his chest, head, ears, hands, neck, and face. He told authorities that his wife had been acting strangely for the past three to four months and noticed she was taking more of her medication than was prescribed.
On the night of the incident, he claimed Smith was pacing around the house without speaking to him. The couple later got into an argument which ended in him telling her he wanted a divorce and his plans on moving out.
Smith reportedly admitted to setting her husband on fire but claims she wasn’t trying to kill him. She also claims to have mental health issues and took prescription medications around 2 a.m. on the night of the incident.
She has been charged with arson of a building, first-degree recklessly endangering safety and mayhem, domestic abuse assessments, and was ordered to undergo a competency evaluation. Smith is due back in court later this month.
We’ve heard about women bring their partners clothes and even a house, but never the actual man.
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