Fellas, let this serve as a lesson to you. Do not lie to your girl, unless you want to get cut...like actually. A Washington state woman after my own scorned heart purchased a samurai sword after discovering her trifling boyfriend had a dating app on his phone, and then attacked him in his sleep. For the record, I do not condone violence of any kind, but that’s certainly one way to stick it to a cheater. Pun intended.
Emily Javier, 30, reportedly kept the weapon taped to the side of the bed. According to Javier, she knew boyfriend Alex Lovell had been cheating on her. She found Tinder on his phone and other tell-tale signs, like another girl’s hair in their shower drain. So on one fateful night, she decided to take out her frustrations on her man by hacking him to pieces.
Luckily, Lovell had some martial arts training and survived the vicious attack, which almost claimed a few of his fingers. It would have been a devastating loss, since Lovell is an avid gamer, logging 12 to 13 hours a day playing. “I was just so proud for beating this samurai wannabe crazy lady with hate in her heart,” 29-year-old Lovell told The Oregonian. “I've been preparing my whole life for something like this.”
This week, Javier pleaded not guilty to first-degree attempted murder. She admitted she had grown tired of the fact that her boyfriend was spending so much time gaming before discovering that he had been allegedly cheating on her.