A woman in the United States was charged with attempted murder after she allegedly stabbed her boyfriend for urinating on their bed while he was asleep.
The East Baton Rouge Sheriff’s Office deputies received information about the stabbing from a local hospital on Saturday, January 14. The boyfriend was being treated at the hospital for a stab wound on the left side of his torso and a punctured lung.
He told the police that the accused, 25-year-old Briana Lacost became “extremely enrage” after he urinated on the bed while asleep.
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Woman Stabs Boyfriend For Urinating On Bed
The man informed the police that he was woken up by the woman hitting him after he urinated on the bed. When he attempted to get away from his girlfriend and go to a family member’s house, Lacost allegedly ran at him with a kitchen knife and stabbed him.
Reportedly, Briana Lacost and her boyfriend had gone out drinking that night and were intoxicated. She was arrested by the police.
During the investigation, Lacost admitted she was upset that her boyfriend urinated on himself and the bed they shared for the past year and a half. She added that she “ripped him” off the bed and an altercation followed.
She alleged that her boyfriend started choking her during the fight and she defended herself and stabbed her boyfriend under his arm. Lacost also claimed she tried to administer medical aid and transported her boyfriend to the local hospital.
Lacost claimed that the couple had decided to split up a few days prior to the accident, but went out drinking together on Friday, January 13. Investigators said that after the stabbing, the accused tried to help her boyfriend and drove him to a hospital.
As of January 17, Lacost remained in the East Baton Rouge Parish Jail on a 5 million dollar bond. She was charged with attempted second-degree murder.
A Delhi woman was stabbed by her boyfriend multiple times after she broke up with him. The incident was captured on CCTV footage and he was arrested.
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