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A North Carolina woman, and was inspired by the popular film, was arrested after trying to poison fiance is with the eye in the police

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A North Carolina woman was arrested at the weekend after police say they took inspiration from a popular movie to try to poison her boyfriend.

Jaymee Cruz, 31, was charged with distribution of a toxic/harmful food, after officers with the Rowan County Sheriff’s Office say they have to put Visine eye drops in her soon-to-be husband, baking soda, WBTV reported.

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The incident took place on June 15 at their home with the Grandeur of Driving. Cruz’s fiance allegedly looked at her poison to drink and confronted her about it. This is the time it took for their 6-month-old daughter locked himself in a bedroom to call 911.

Jaymee Cruz, 31, was charged with distribution of a toxic/ harmful food, after officers with the Rowan County Sheriff’s Office say they have to put Visine eye drops in her soon-to-be husband, soda.
(Rowan County Sheriff’s Office)

When deputies first arrived on the scene, Cruz refused the order to drop charges, but they have to do it just to make her fiancee is sick, so that they will be able to deal with their child, WSOC reported.

She is reported to have said that the inspiration for the act in the 2005 comedy “Wedding Crashers,” in which the actor Owen Wilson’s character is placed in the eye-drops into the drink of his counterpart, played by Bradley Cooper, in that he was seriously ill.

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Over-the-counter eye drops usually contain tetrahydrozoline, which work to help constrict the blood vessels in the eyes, which, in turn, helps to reduce the redness. Ingestion of tetrahydrozoline can lead to toxic blood levels of the chemical, is quickly working its way through the blood and the central nervous system, which, according to the American Academy of Ophthalmology.

Last year, a South Carolina woman was charged in the death of her husband, and after she would have him poisoned with eye drops, over a period of three days.

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