Woman Pleads Guilty To Rigging Fiance's Kayak Before He Drowned
After years of denying it, a Poughkeepsie woman finally pleaded guilty Monday for her role in the death of her fiance during a kayak paddle on the Hudson River.
Back in September of 2015, Angelika Graswald and her Fiance Vincent Viafore, 46, took their Kayak's out on New York's Hudson River. Vincent never returned. Angelika reportedly said she saw him drown from a distance and couldn't help him. Now she's admitting to tampering with his Kayak, according to the Daily News.
While being questioned about the incident, Angelika said she felt "free" after her fiancee drowned in front of her. The 46 year had allegedly forced is immigrant lover to partake in threesomes before his death, and other sexual favors she reportedly wasn't comfortable with.
Prosecutors alleged the 37-year-old Graswald removed a drain plug from Viafore’s kayak and pushed a floating paddle away from him when his vessel flipped over. SMH. According to the report, she faces up to four years in prison.