Lakeyria Doughty, the Baltimore dirt biker known as “Wheelie Queen” and who appeared in the HBO Max movie “Charm City Kings,” has been arrested for stabbing her girlfriend to death on New Year’s Day, reportedly during an attempted break-up.
The Baltimore Police Department responded to a home in the city’s Harlem Park neighborhood on Jan. 1, where they found 33-year-old Tiffany Wilson “suffering from stab wounds,” they said in a press release.
Wilson was pronounced dead on the scene and police immediately arrested 26-year-old Doughty at another residence in the city.
Doughty has been charged with both first and second-degree murder, first and second-degree assault as well as assault with a deadly weapon, according to police. She is being held without bond.
Wilson was apparently trying to break up with Doughty, according to charging documents obtained by CBS Baltimore. What began as an emotional text message dispute escalated into an in-person physical altercation, as Wilson repeatedly asked to be left alone, according to the Baltimore Sun. During that altercation, Doughty allegedly stabbed Wilson in the chest.
After the stabbing, Doughty allegedly called 911 and made up a story that Wilson had stabbed herself with a kitchen knife, according to the Sun. A medical examiner determined that was impossible and investigators believe that Doughty herself was the culprit.
Doughty’s defense attorney Andrea Jaskulsky has claimed the dirt biker did not kill Wilson and has claimed she tried to save Wilson’s life. The lawyer also said that Wilson was glum in the days leading up to the stabbing.
“Charm City Kings,” a film adaptation of the documentary “12 O'Clock Boys,” premiered at the 2020 Sundance film festival to wide acclaim and was released on HBO Max in October.
A 2014 Baltimore Sun profile on Doughty, who has nearly 60,000 followers on Instagram, celebrated her for “making waves” in a local dirt bike crew, which is male-dominated. In the article, she said she wanted to become a positive influence on kids.
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