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Florida Woman Finds Husband with a "Naked Chick" So She Decides to Poop on the Floor and Pull Out a Rifle

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Brenda Schumann found her husband, a man almost a decade younger, in a bed with a naked woman who in turn was his junior by almost a decade. So what did she decide to do? She decided to relieve herself all around their apartment and pull out a rifle.

According to Off The Beat Blog, Schumann, 51 of Vero Beach, and her 42-year-old husband had been going through a divorce. She hadn't been living in their formerly shared apartment for months, but showed up late at night on December 21. He found her estranged hubby in bed with his new 33-year-old girlfriend and did not react well.

Schumann barged into the bedroom with a rifle and pointed it at the girlfriend while calling her a whore. She also allegedly said, "I'll fucking kill you both."

The husband was able to wrestle the gun away from Schumann, but during the fracas she kicked the girlfriend twice in the stomach.

After being disarmed, Schumann peed on the carpet and defecated on the kitchen floor.

She then found yet another rifle in a downstairs closet, and went on a rampage while destroying several Christmas decorations.

"I found him in bed with a naked chick what was I suppose to do," Schumann asked of a deputy according to the arrest report.

Schumann was arrested on charges of aggravated assault/domestic violence, aggravated assault, battery and resist arrest without violence.

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