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Woman accused of cutting off her husband's penis

Her name is not Lorena Bobbitt. This time it is Catherine Kieu Becker, but the crime is the same. Catherine Kieu Becker was jailed Wednesday night in Southern California after she allegedly drugged her husband, cut his penis off and threw it into the garbage disposal.

According to Orange County Police, Becker put poison in her Husband’s dinner on Monday evening and after he fell asleep she tied him to the bed, tugged his clothes off and cut his penis off.

Becker has stated that her husband “deserved it”. She called 911 and reported the incident and admitted that she and her husband were going through a divorce.

Becker has been booked in an Orange County Jail and has been arrested for aggravated mayhem, false imprisonment, assault with a deadly weapon, administering a drug with intent to commit a felony, poisoning, and spousal abuse.

The husband has not been identified but had emergency surgery, according to police, at the UCI Medical Center.

Unfortunately, this story mirrors the Bobbitt’s story. On June 23, 1993, Lorena Bobbitt claimed that her husband came home after a night of partying, intoxicated and raped her. He was tried and acquitted in 1994 for spousal rape.
Lorena got out of bed and went to the kitchen, returning with a knife. She entered the bedroom and cut off half of John Wayne’s penis. It was later reattached during a nine and a half hour operation.

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