A Cincinnati woman, who may have experienced a false eyelash malfunction while posing for a mugshot, is accused of dumping hot grease on another woman during a dispute.
Charlene Thompson, 61, has been charged with felonious assault for the Sunday attack, which left the victim with severe burns on her back and hands. Police officers who arrived on the scene - a Cincinnati home - said the injuries were immediately visible, WXIX in Cincinnati reports.
The victim’s official condition is unknown, according to WLWT in Cincinnati.
It’s not clear where the hot grease came from or whose house the attack happened in.
During Thompson's arraignment, prosecutor David Wood asked for a significant bond.
“I’m requesting a high bond as the court is well aware, burns are some of the most devastating, painful, debilitating, long-term injuries that someone can suffer," he said according to WXIX.
The judge ordered a $15,000 bond and told Thompson to steer clear of the victim. She will go before a grand jury on Dec. 14.
Thompson has a lengthy criminal history, which includes being accused of throwing rocks at a neighbor’s home in both 2016 and 2017, WLWT reports. In 2008, she was charged with assault after she allegedly punched someone in the face. That charge was later dismissed. That same year, she was accused of kicking and spitting on an officer. Two years before that incident, she was accused of domestic violence for allegedly striking her daughter in the mouth and back of the head on Christmas Eve, a charge which also was later dismissed.
[Photo: Hamilton County Jail]
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