Crazy Girlfriend Cuts Off the Breasts of Her Boyfriend’s Ex-Girlfriend at Funeral Home

Crazy Girlfriend Cuts Off the Breasts of Her Boyfriend’s Ex-Girlfriend at Funeral Home

I’ve heard of people doing really messed up stuff out of jealousy, but this really takes the cake. How sick of a person do you have to be to desecrate the corpse of your boyfriend’s ex?


From The Daily Mail:

An Oklahoma woman charged with slashing the corpse of her boyfriend’s ex-girlfriend during a funeral viewing has been ordered to stand trial, a Tulsa judge ruled Friday.

Special Judge David C. Youll found that prosecutors had presented enough evidence against 27-year-old Shaynna Sims for her to be bound over for district court arraignment later this month.

Sims, who is jailed without bond, has pleaded not guilty to felony charges of unauthorized removal of body parts from a body, larceny from a person, knowingly concealing or receiving stolen property and first-degree burglary. A district judge ruled in July that Sims was competent to stand trial, meaning she’s able to understand the charges against her and is able to help defend herself.

Prosecutors called 12 witnesses who slowly pieced together how Sims allegedly earned the trust of those closest to the deceased woman by assuring family and friends that she was a skilled makeup artist who wanted to help prepare the victim’s body for a funeral viewing.

But instead of helping, the friends testified, Sims allegedly removed body parts from the victim, stole her shoes and slashed the woman’s face.

‘She had makeup and lipstick smeared all over her face; her hair was just all over the place,’ the victim’s mother, Charlotte Wheeler, testified as she choked back tears.

Two employees at the funeral home also described their grisly finds.

Tulsa County Assistant District Attorney Tanya Wilson said the victim’s family is still grieving, especially over how Sims tried to win their trust with an ulterior motive in mind.

‘They just want closure,’ Wilson said.

Sims’ mother declined to comment after the ruling. Chad Greer, Sims’ attorney, said he’ll attempt to develop evidence to fight some of the charges.

‘She is still cloaked with the presumption of innocence, just like we all would be,’ Greer said.

I’m no lawyer, but from what I’ve read here, the evidence against Sims is substantial and incredibly difficult to dispute. Her lawyer is going to have quite the time trying to defend this woman.
Our thoughts and prayers are with the family and friends of the deceased in this time of greif.

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