Stage 5 Clinger Situation Ends With 5 Years in Prison

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Back in January we told you about the woman charged with breaking into her ex’s house and camping out in the attic with some food and a toilet bucket.  She allegedly called her ex 100+ times in one evening and sent threatening text messages and e-mails when the other woman ended the relationship.  Well,  justice has been served and she’s now headed to jail for five years.

A judge sentenced Taylar Nuevelle to five and a half years for breaking into Janet Albert’s home and camping out in the attic for over 24 hours.  Let that be a lesson to you– in the heat of the moment after a breakup, maybe it seems like a good idea to go all bat-shit crazy and camp out in your ex’s attic, but there are repercussions.  Unfortunately, it seems this lesson hasn’t quite been learned, as Nuevelle’s lawyer says that the real lesson here is “don’t have a bad breakup with a lesbian judge.”  But I think we all can agree that the ice-bucket-as-toilet situation really pushes this from bad breakup to prison-worthy offense.

Shannon grew up in the greater DC area/Maryland suburbs, went to Virginia for college and grad school (go Hoos!), and settled in DC in 2006. She’s an urban planner who loves transit (why yes, that is her dressed as a Metro pylon for Halloween), cities, and all things DC. Email her at Shannon (at) WeLoveDC.com!

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