Florida Woman Allegedly Broke Into Ex-Husband’s House To Stab Him While He Was Asleep

A Florida woman, Melinda Gould, was arrested after breaking into her ex-husband's home and attempting to stab him while he was asleep, reports Law & Crime.

A Florida woman, Melinda Gould, was arrested after breaking into her ex-husband’s home and attempting to stab him while he was asleep, reports Law & Crime. The incident occurred in the early morning hours of April 26, and authorities responded to a 911 call from the woman’s boyfriend’s current partner.  When law enforcement arrived they found Gould’s van in the driveway and discovered her inside the house, where she was restrained by the boyfriend. Fortunately, the ex-husband’s three children, who were also present, were unharmed but traumatized by the incident. Gould now faces charges of aggravated assault, armed burglary, and child abuse. “I just had to scare him,” Gould could be heard telling a deputy on body camera video. She admitted to attempting to purchase a gun to harm her ex-husband, but when unsuccessful, resorted to grabbing a knife from their kitchen instead. “What would you have done if you got the gun,” the deputy asked Gould. “I would have blew his brains out… And not thought twice about it,” she responded An hour before the incident, Gould called 911 for a wellness check at her ex-husband’s home due to a nightmare involving gunshots where her children were staying. When informed that there was no suspicious activity, she responded “go f**k yourself,” officials said.  Gould had previously been trespassed from the home and is now facing charges of trespassing and battery after a fight with another inmate. She is currently held without bond in the Flagler County jail. #Clique, what are your thoughts?

Bronx Man Arrested After Allegedly Abusing Girlfriend For Weeks, Then Taking Her To An Empty Office To Torture Her Some More, Subsequent Police Investigation Reveal Decomposing Body In His Apartment

Former convict, Deshawn Owens, is facing serious charges after torturing his girlfriend in a Bronx office building, according to the NY Daily News.

Former convict, Deshawn Owens, is facing serious charges after torturing his girlfriend in a Bronx office building, according to the NY Daily News. Police have also connected him to a decomposed body found in his apartment. Owens, who is a 30-year-old ex-convict, was arrested near Third Ave. in Mott Haven. His girlfriend, aged 28 and unidentified, was seen leaving the office visibly injured and was taken to a local hospital for treatment. Owens is now facing charges that include assault, strangulation, and unlawful imprisonment in connection to the brutal abuse of his girlfriend. According to Bronx prosecutors, Owens had been holding his girlfriend captive since December, subjecting her to physical abuse and restraining her with cable wires in their apartment on E. 179th St. Owens then moved her to the office building in Mott Haven on January 17.  On January 19, the police received a 911 call reporting an assault and discovered Owens and his girlfriend in the vacant office.  The victim suffered multiple injuries, including black eyes, broken ribs, a punctured pancreas, internal bleeding, and fractured hand bones, reports reveal.  During a follow-up investigation on January 20, detectives found a decomposed body wrapped in fabric inside a trash can at Owens’ apartment in East Tremont. Due to the advanced stage of decomposition, the cause of death has not yet been determined. Detectives are now working to establish whether the traumatized woman was aware of the presence of the body in their shared apartment. An investigation into the case is ongoing. #Clique, what are your thoughts?

Man Pretending To Be Delivery Driver Fatally Shoots Ex’s Boyfriend In Front Of Apartment Leasing Office

A tragic incident unfolded on Wednesday at the Harlow Apartments in Cobb County, where a woman's former boyfriend, disguised as a delivery driver, allegedly shot and killed her new partner, reports WSBTV Atlanta.

A tragic incident unfolded on Wednesday at the Harlow Apartments in Cobb County, where a woman’s former boyfriend, disguised as a delivery driver, allegedly shot and killed her new partner, reports WSBTV Atlanta. The victim, identified as 40-year-old Kenneth Cunningham II, was found lifeless outside the leasing office, having sustained multiple gunshot wounds. According to witnesses, Cunningham had visited the office concerning a package. However, the suspected shooter, Donavan Carter, arrived at the apartment complex dressed as a delivery driver, using this disguise to lure Cunningham away from his residence. When Cunningham went to inquire about the package, he was informed by the office staff that no such package was available for him. “There was a rouse to get this individual out of their apartment under the lure of there was a package waiting for them,” police said. “He violently shot the victim five times.” According to police, Carter allegedly shot him just moments after he left the office. The victim, Cunningham, was reportedly dating Carter’s ex-girlfriend, as informed by the police spokesperson, Newell. The family of the victim had traveled from Chicago to celebrate his 40th birthday. They grew concerned when they didn’t receive any communication from him and now find themselves preparing for his funeral.  Carter is now confronted with charges of malice murder, aggravated assault, and possession of a firearm during the commission of a crime. #Clique, what are your thoughts?

TikToker Says She Dumped Boyfriend After Finding Out He Doesn’t Use Toilet Paper

A TikTok user recently shared a disturbing story about her ex-boyfriend's bathroom habits.

A TikTok user recently shared a disturbing story about her ex-boyfriend’s bathroom habits. Alexandra Maria Clara, who resides in Tampa, Florida, recounted her experience with her unhygienic former partner in a viral video that has garnered over 900,000 views on the platform.  In the video, Clara revealed that while using the bathroom at her ex-boyfriend’s house, she discovered that there wasn’t any toilet paper in sight. Concerned, she brought the issue to his attention, and he appeared willing to address the problem.  “I said, ‘Hey, you don’t have any toilet paper,”‘ said Clara. “And he was like, “Oh sorry,” and I was like, ‘It’s fine.’ For the moment it was OK because I always carry tissues in my purse.”  She added, “So I was like, ‘Make sure you pick some up when you go to the supermarket.’ And he was like, ‘Thanks for reminding me, cool,’ or whatever.” However, when Clara visited her ex-boyfriend’s place a week later, she discovered that he had not replenished the bathroom essential. Once again, she promptly brought it to his attention, but he claimed to have simply “forgotten.” It wasn’t until they went to the store to buy snacks together that Clara realized her boyfriend didn’t believe in using toilet paper at all. “We go to Target and I’m like, ‘Oh, while we’re here let’s get some toilet paper,’ Maria Clara described. This man dead–ss looks me in the eye and says, ‘I’m not gonna do that.’” She continued, “And I said, ‘Why?’ and he goes, ‘Because I don’t use toilet paper.’ So I went, ‘What do you use?” And he goes, “I use wet wipes.’” When Clara asked what she should use when visiting his house, he suggested she use “wet wipes” instead. Clara decided to start bringing her own toilet paper when she went over to her beau’s house but that quickly ended when the boyfriend started mocking Clara’s paper stash. Clara later broke it off with the anti-toilet paper activist. #Clique, what are your thoughts?

Police Say Man Charged With Killing Newlyweds Had Recently Divorced The Female Victim

A man in Florida has been charged with the brutal shooting of a pastor and his wife, just a week after their wedding, per the NY Post.

A man in Florida has been charged with the brutal shooting of a pastor and his wife, just a week after their wedding, per the NY Post. The suspect, Sony Josaphat, had recently finalized his divorce from the female victim, nurse Marcelline Racine.  The tragic incident occurred while the couple was installing surveillance cameras outside their home in a peaceful neighborhood in West Palm Beach. Witnesses reported seeing Josaphat park across the street from the victims’ house, walk through their yard, and exchange brief words before opening fire with a pistol.  Josaphat left the bodies on the sidewalk and fled the scene, but later turned himself in to the police. Racine’s adult daughter, who was present at the time, witnessed the horrifying double murder.  Josaphat now faces two counts of first-degree murder and has admitted to the killings. He reportedly told arresting officers she had been “disrespecting” him and ignoring his phone calls. He also claimed to have been unable to sleep and consumed by rage upon learning that his ex-wife had remarried on her birthday, December 2nd. According to Racine’s sister, she had been filled with joy and excitement since her wedding day. She was looking forward to starting a new chapter with Williams, who was a pastor at a nearby church. “She has never been as happy as she was now,” the sister said. Josaphat is currently in custody without bail and is scheduled to appear in court again on January 8. #Clique, what are your thoughts?

Sisters Jump From Fifth-Floor Window To Flee Apartment Fire Allegedly Started By Mother’s Former Boyfriend, Police Say

Security footage captured the moment when two young girls were forced to jump from the fifth floor of a Detroit apartment building after their mom's ex-boyfriend allegedly set it ablaze, per Fox News. 

Security footage captured the moment when two young girls were forced to jump from the fifth floor of a Detroit apartment building after their mom’s ex-boyfriend allegedly set it ablaze, per Fox News.  The video reveals brave neighbors standing beside a mattress placed on the sidewalk, ready to catch the 8-year-old girl who successfully made the leap. As she looked up at the burning building, her sister and mother remained trapped inside. The 14-year-old sister followed but suffered serious injuries, while firefighters rescued their mother.  The accused, Marion Scruggs, 43, was caught on camera igniting the fire. “This person tried to kill not just the whole family, but any and everybody that was in that building,” Detroit Police Chief James White told FOX 2.   Apprehended within 24 hours, Scruggs, with a history of domestic violence, faced charges in 2019 for intentionally setting fire to his girlfriend’s home, resulting in a tragic dog’s death. The connection to the recent apartment fire remains uncertain. Online records reveal that Scruggs is presently in custody, facing charges of first-degree home invasion, first-degree arson, and assault with intent to murder. Bail has been set at $1 million, and his upcoming court appearance is scheduled for Wednesday. #Clique, what are your thoughts?

Amy Robach and T.J. Holmes’ Former Spouses Now A Couple, Reports Say

It seems that the controversial union between Amy Robach and T.J. Holmes has found a common interest... with each others exes? 

It seems that the controversial union between Amy Robach and T.J. Holmes has took a turn with their exes finding a common interest in each other.   In this new episode of Wife Swap, Marilee Fiebig, the estranged wife of T.J. Holmes, is reportedly cozying up with Amy Robach’s ex-husband Andrew Shue. Sources told Page Six that the two have been romantically involved for 6 months. The report says the couple supported one another through their messy divorces from the 2 former ‘GMA3’ co-anchors. According to the outlet, Marilee and Andrew discovered Amy and T.J.’s romantic relationship during the summer of 2022, but the public only got wind of it in November of that year. After ABC found out about their alleged affair, the couple ended up losing their jobs. T.J. and Amy have strongly denied that it was an “affair,” saying that their marriages had already ended before they got together. T.J. and Amy initiated separate divorce proceedings last December, as their relationship began to make headlines. According to reports, Amy finalized her divorce in March, while T.J. appears to still be working through his own. #Clique, what are your thoughts? 

Florida Man’s Alleged Plot To Incriminate His Ex-wife’s New Boyfriend Backfires, Resulting In His Own Arrest

A man in Florida is facing charges after attempting to falsely incriminate his ex-wife's new partner, according to authorities per Law and Crime. 

A man in Florida is facing charges after attempting to falsely incriminate his ex-wife’s new partner, according to authorities per Law and Crime.  Rishil Bisnath, 44, has been accused of making a false report of a nonexistent crime and obstructing an officer without violence, as revealed by records from Palm Beach County court and jail. The root cause of this incident seems to be a dispute over child custody. On Tuesday, Bisnath contacted the sheriff’s office to report a threat against him, as detailed in a probable cause affidavit obtained by Law&Crime. “Upon arrival, Bisnath presented me with two messages that he stated were sent from his phone to his iPad,” the affidavit reads. “Bisnath presented a message that read, ‘I will kill your kids before they turn old.’ After reading the concerning message, I questioned the origins of the text. Bisnath stated [the texts] came from his ex-wife’s new boyfriend.” He reportedly failed to stick to that story for very long. “After talking with Bisnath, it was revealed that Bisnath actually created the threatening message and texted to himself in hopes of getting law enforcement to go to his ex-wife’s residence,” the affidavit reads. Following his confession, deputies attempted to arrest Bisnath however, he reportedly tried resisting deputies saying, “You can’t take me to jail” while attempting to break free. “I assisted Bisnath to the ground, where he then placed his hands under his stomach in an attempt to further resist his detainment,” the deputy wrote in the probable cause affidavit. He was taken into custody and released from jail the following day. His arraignment is scheduled to take place on November 30th. #Clique, what are your thoughts?

Jonathan Majors Files Counter-Complaint Against Ex-Girlfriend, Claims He Was The ‘Victim’ During The March Assault

It looks like Jonathan Majors has filed a counter-complaint against his ex-girlfriend Grace Jabbari, following his March arrest for a reported domestic dispute between the then-couple, NY Post reported.  The “Creed III” star claims that Jabbari scratched and hit him while she was drunk during an argument that later led to his March 25 arrest. “From the beginning, we have said Jonathan Majors is innocent and provably the victim here,” Priya Chaudhry, Majors’ attorney, told The Post in a statement. “Last week, for the first time, Mr. Majors met with the NYPD to present them with evidence of what really happened on that night,” Chaudhry added. “Within hours of viewing the evidence, and conducting their own thorough investigation, the NYPD found probable cause to arrest Grace Jabbari for assaulting Jonathan Majors.” An NYPD spokesperson declined to comment on Chaudhry’s claims, however, they did reveal that no more arrests have been made and the investigation was ongoing. Jabbari, 30, accused the 33-year-old Hollywood actor of attacking her three months ago leaving her with bruise marks on her head and neck, and her right hand injured. She was treated at a hospital and Majors was arrested. Initially, Majors was hit with six counts of third-degree assault, three counts of third-degree attempted assault, and two counts of harassment, reports note. He was later released from jail and the strangulation charge was dropped. However, he still faces misdemeanor charges of assault and harassment. According to legal filings obtained by The Post Chaudry claims a cab driver witnessed Jabbari attacking Majors on March 25. The driver allegedly saw Jabbari trying to snatch Majors phone on the way home from a bar in Brooklyn. The driver also allegedly saw a woman “hitting, scratching and attacking” Majors, who asked him to stop the car so he could get out. “Jonathan Majors is innocent and has not abused anyone,” his attorney insisted. “We have provided irrefutable evidence to the district attorney that the charges are false. We are confident that he will be fully exonerated.” #Clique, what are your thoughts?