About a month ago, I told you the story about Nancy Crampton Brophy, an Oregonian romance author who wrote an essay called "How to Murder Your Husband" and is now on trial for... murdering her husband.
You can read the summary of the case here:
Well, it looks like Crampton Brody may have just accidentally confessed the murder to her cellmate.
While Crampton Brophy's trial is expected to end in a few weeks, a new plot twist seems to have gripped the case. In a recent conversation with one of her cellmates, the How to Murder Your Husband author allegedly slipped up and confessed to the shooting by mistake.
"Miss Brophy held her arms apart, like a wingspan, and said, ‘I was this far away when the shooting happened'," Overstreet stated, reiterating the comment Crampton Brophy made to her fellow inmate in court. The novelist then allegedly corrected herself and said that the shooting happened within a close range. The inmate, Andrea Jacobs, told detectives that Crampton Brophy seemed to be embarrassed after making the comment, and said their relationship became "very awkward."
Nancy said "I was this far away" instead of "the shooter was this far away" or some other phrasing.
She just said, basically, "I shot my husband."
Crampton Brophy just reportedly admitted to the whole thing!
Yeah, the likelihood of this lady murdering her husband is even greater than the likelihood of Carol Baskins murdering hers.
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