SMH @ these guys continuing to chop down her crazy cakes after she already drove them to break up with her! Homegirl started plotting on murking dudes after they stopped giving her that love and affection.
A love-scorned college student is accused of attempting to woo two of her ex-boyfriends into killing two of her other exes in perhaps one of the boldest murder-for-hire plots.
Barbara Wu, 22, of the University of California, Riverside came face to face with two of her former flames in court Friday amid disturbing allegations of soliciting murder, making terrorist threats and stalking.
One of Wu’s ex-boyfriends, Dennis Lin, told the court he was asked by her to abduct a former flame of hers, kill him and dump the body after Lin and her dated in 2009 and 2010.
“She asked me to kidnap him, tie him up so she could break his legs with a bat, to ‘motorcycle’ him and then to somehow kill him and then dispose of the body,” Lin said in a preliminary hearing in the Riverside County Superior Court.
“Since I’m now an ex-boyfriend who told police about her, I fear for my life,” he added, according to ABC.
After Wu’s arrest May 23, a second man came forward claiming to have also dated her during which time he was also asked to kill one of her former boyfriends.
After breaking up with her in an email in December 2012, he told the court that he realized, to his utter horror, that he had become one of her victims as well.
“She guarded the door with a knife. She tried to attack me with the knife and, that’s all I remember,” he said Friday.
She also vandalized his car and posted his picture, cellphone number and address in a Craigslist ad for sex, he said while producing a picture of his damaged vehicle as evidence.
Asked what the Craigslist ad said, the man answered: “Something along the lines of, ‘Trying to de-stress during finals and I’m down to do anything.”
Wu’s attorney argued she was a victim of domestic abuse with her proclaimed victim admitting to having punched her, but she allegedly attacked him with a knife first.
Her attorney claimed the man was inciting any stress from Wu by giving her mixed signals after the breakup.
“Why did you go over to her house and have sex with her?” Wu’s defense attorney asked him.
“‘Cause she kept calling me,” the man answered.
Wu’s preliminary hearing will resume Monday.
She faces six felony charges and is being held on $500,000 bail at the Larry D. Smith Correctional Facility in Banning, Calif.
She has pleaded not guilty.
They say crazy chicks have crazy box. Y’all already know this chick was probably off the damn chain!