Texas Woman Arrested For Throwing Her BF's Mother's Ashes Into River

Posted by Sama in Bizarre On 5th June 2022
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Twitter calls out this woman for her disgusting attempt at revenge on her cheating boyfriend after she posts a video of throwing her boyfriend's mom's urn into the river. Reacting to the video, people called the woman for being unbelievable and how she could be feeling proud while committing a crime.

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“He cheated so I threw his mom's ashes in the river.” says the caption of a video doing rounds on social media.

People on social media are both fuming with anger and are in disbelief after they saw this video of a woman taking revenge on her cheating boyfriend and throwing his mother's urn into a river. 

According to a report, a few weeks back a similar incident was reported where a woman was arrested by the police on suspicion of abusing a body after her then-boyfriend accused her of tossing the urn holding his mother’s ashes into Lake Worth. 

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It is reported that this is the same woman, but it is not confirmed.

According to the Fort Worth police report, the woman is facing charges of mistreatment of a body, a Class A misdemeanor that carries a potential sentence of a year in jail and a fine of up to $4,000.

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Twitter reacted to the video with both disgust and horror

As per the complaint, the man informed police that he and the woman were dating, but that they weren’t getting along.

The boyfriend reportedly discovered that his mother's urn was missing when he returned to the house that they shared. 

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It is believed that this law applies in California too as attorney Jamie Ross  explained that according to California Penal Code 594.35, every person is guilty and punishable by imprisonment if anyone maliciously:

“Disturbs, obstructs, detains or interferes with any person carrying or accompanying human remains to a cemetery or funeral establishment, or engaged in a funeral service, or an interment.”

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California Health and Safety Code Section 7050.5 also mentions:

“Every person who knowingly […] disturbs, or willfully removes any remains in or from any location other than a dedicated cemetery without authority of law is guilty of a misdemeanor.”

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