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Ohio Man Causes Panic Sending Faked Photos of ‘Murdered’ Fiancée Covered in Ketchup

An Ohio man caused panic among his family and friends and eventually ended up in trouble with the police for texting people that he murdered his fiancée. To complete the hoax he also sent faked photos of her “dead” body to them. Police confronted Micah Risner and Nataleigh Schlette at their home in Sandusky, Ohio, last week after receiving several panicked phone calls from family members worried that Micah had done something terrible to Nataleigh, The Daily Mail reported. The trouble-making duo had staged a murder scene by taking photos of Nataleigh lying in a bathtub, eyes closed, with spurts of ketchup splashed around a kitchen knife to simulate blood. Risner then texted the photos to his sister and other members of the family with panicked messages about having accidentally killed the woman. One of the messages Risner sent with the faked murder photo read, “Please help me! I really didn’t mean to. I don’t remember. We was arguing and I woke up to this.” After his sister replied with a worried demand that he call her, Risner next texted, “I woke up on the bathroom floor with blood on me. And her like that. I’m trying to clean. But IOriginal Article

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