As women we shouldn’t be shocked to learn that there is and always has been hatred in the workplace..Its either us hating our co-workers or our co-workers tend to hate us for some unknow reason.
Recently, this women was accused of putting potentially deadly chemical in co-worker’s drink.She spiked her co-worker’s bottled water with a potentially deadly chemical solution, but made one big mistake as security cameras caught her every move, police say.
Luz Lemonfield, 27, of Frederick, is now facing charges of assault, reckless endangerment and attempted poisoning. Police say on Saturday, October 31, Lemonfield, who works as a beauty consultant at the BlueMercury Spa in the Rio Washingtonian Shopping Center in Gaithersburg, intentionally laced her co-worker’s bottle of H20.
“I ingested poison. Somebody put something in my drink,” victim Sofia Santa Cruz said.
Santa Cruz was doing her mother’s make-up in the store. Meanwhile surveillance reportedly video captured Lemonfield unscrewing Santa Cruz’s Fiji water bottle, only to then pour in a chemical-based beauty product inside.
“As I took the bottle of water and started drinking, I just felt an entire burn in my throat, all the way down. I felt it and I couldn’t breathe,” Santa Cruz added.
Santa Cruz ran to the spa bathroom where she began to vomit uncontrollably. She later called police.
Once in handcuffs, Lemonfield reportedly told officers: “Well, I guess it didn’t work then.”While Santa Cruz does not know the motive, she is well aware of the potentially deadly ingredients she swallowed.
“There was sulfur, acid and alcohol. It was basically a drying lotion, which means it dries an area of your face from acne. So imagine pouring that into your system, you’re drying your throat, your entire throat up, and your stomach too. She tried to kill me, that’s all I know.”
Lemonfield will report back to Montgomery District Court on November 20, at 10 a.m. for a preliminary hearing. She faces up to 50 years in prison.
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Source: WJLA News
Our advice to any woman working outside of the home.. ~~> Keep your enemies close and your drinks even closer. Never ever ever leave your food or drinks unattended.