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Tennessee Woman Got Even With Her Soon-to-Be Ex-Husband By Urinating on His Father’s Grave, Cops Say

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May 11 2023, Published 9:16 a.m. ET

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A Tennessee woman was taken into custody for reportedly urinating on the burial site of her soon-to-be former husband's father, according to authorities.

On April 8, a mutual friend of Alexis Jackson and her estranged husband told police she was driving Jackson to her new boyfriend’s home in Hendersonville when they stopped at a market, WCIV reported.

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At the market, the friend went inside to use the bathroom and when she returned to the vehicle, she noticed Jackson holding a flower vase, officials said.

She asked Jackson about the vase and she allegedly said she took the vase and urinated on her soon-to-be ex-husband’s father’s gravestone out of retaliation because she thought he had vandalized her father’s gravestone in an unrelated incident, WCIV reported.


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The mutual friend then dropped Jackson off at her new boyfriend’s home, officials said. The friend then told the ex-husband about the incident and he called the police to file a report. The vase, which Jackson left in the friend's car, was eventually returned to him, court documents state.

According to police, Jackson was charged with desecration of a place of worship or burial and bond was set at $3,000. She is scheduled to appear in court again on June 2.


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