When this woman’s d**k appointment didn’t go as planned, all hell broke loose. Literally. Get the insane deets inside…
Listen, the Hot Girls are not dealing with any man who’s playing around when it comes to the “D.”
Taija M. Russell – of Blackwood, NJ – clearly doesn’t play when it comes to special appointments. After one of her “D” appointments stood her up, she took things to another level. The 29-year-old woman was arrested and charged with attempted murder and aggravated arson after allegedly setting a house on fire on August 4th, which reportedly left a man with first and second degree burns. Yikes!
The alleged victim claims Taija was just a “side chick,” whom he called up on the late night tip for sex. He told police he invited her over to get it in, but fell asleep before she arrived. Next thing you know, his house was up in flames.
According to reports, the man ran into the Woodbury police station around 4:30AM “coughing and out of breath” after he had just escaped from his burning home. He was covered in soot and only wearing a T-shirt. He managed to escape through a window, but suffered burns to his hands and body, and smoke inhalation.
Chick didn’t even care he had a dog inside as well. Luckily, the firefighters were able to rescue the dog and douse the flames. It didn’t take long for investigators to put the puzzle pieces together to figure out Taija had allegedly committed arson…and attempted murder.
A review of messages on the man’s phone and surveillance video led police to Russell, according to the criminal complaint. A review of his phone showed eight missed calls from Russell, police said, along with text messages in which she wrote “You wasted my money to come out here,” “U smoked,” “I see you wanna die,” and “I swear to god I hope you die.”
Sheesh! Sis, was PISSED he wasted her time.
Along with the attempted murder and aggravated arson charges, she was also charged with aggravated assault, endangering/creating substantial risk of death and criminal mischief.
Photo: NJ.com via Salem County Correctional Facility