Wife Pleads Guilty To Poisoning Husband’s Food To Avoid Sax With Him

by Ike Obudulu Last updated on July 22nd, 2017,

Andrea Heming, a 49-year-old Nevada woman has pleaded guilty to poisoning her husband’s food because she didn’t want to have sax with him.  Heming pleaded guilty to poisoning her husband two years ago. She’s been on the run since 2015 and is believed to be in Mexico.

Heming contaminated her husband’s Lucky Charms cereal, energy drinks and whipped cream with boric acid, a chemical typically used to kill insects.

Prior to officially pleading guilty, the woman told law enforcement officers,

I wouldn’t use that much to kill him, but just enough to make him not have an erection.

Just before the woman was set to be sentenced for her heinous crimes, Heming fled Nevada and has been on the run for two years now.

Police search for woman who poisoned husband’s cereal to avoid sax

Heming’s ex-husband, who identified himself as “Ralph,” spoke to 3 News about the baffling discovery, saying,

I was very surprised. thought we had a better system of keeping track and holding people responsible.

The man then spoke to reporters about how he felt before he knew his ex-wife was poisoning him.

I had been getting sick awhile back. Like six to eight months. I got stomach cramps.

It turns out this isn’t the first time Andrea Heming used chemicals and additives to get back at someone. Ralph revealed,

She did reveal to me a story where she was a flight attendant at one time, and she had a customer — you know a passenger who was she said was unruly. She actually put sedatives in her drink.

As of right now, Andrea Heming is still on the run. Authorities believe the 49-year-old Nevada woman is somewhere in Mexico steering clear of the public eye.

If she’s ever caught, she can expect to face up to 15 long years in prison.

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