In weird news, a lawyer boyfriend, Jason Bohn, of a Weight Watchers exec, Danielle Thomas, allegedly murdered her and then texted her friends. Why? It appears that Bohn, 33, was trying to buy himself some time and was possibly laden with guilt after he allegedly murdered his girlfriend.
Why did Bohn possibly kill his Weight Watchers girlfriend? According to Fox News, Bohn had allegedly murdered Thomas, 27, and then kept her body on ice. Creepy! Obviously, Thomas was hooked up with the wrong guy! He obviously has psychotic anger issues and needs some serious help.
The story mentioned that Bohn was "guilt-ridden" so he decided to pretend to be his girlfriend via text messaging in order to allay her friends' concerns about her. Did it work? No! Thomas' girlfriends could easily tell that the texts were not coming from Thomas. They could tell the person texting was using words that their friend would never say.
Bohn had texted via Thomas's cell phone, "Please trust me," and he alluded to Thomas being fine, all the while pretending to be his alleged victim. Her friends did not buy the strange texts from the fake Thomas.
How did Thomas die? Allegedly, Bohn had gotten "drunk and killed Thomas by pushing her against a wall." If Bohn had manned up and confessed his alleged "accident," then he could have possibly received a manslaughter charge.
However, Thomas' lawyer boyfriend decided to become evil and place his deceased, and most likely murdered, girlfriend in a tub on ice and then texted her friends to buy him time.
It obviously didn't work, because police showed up to Bohn's home in Queens and charged with murder of Danielle Thomas after they found her floating in iced tub. It is a relief that Thomas's friend knew her well enough to realize that the text messages were bogus, and Bohn was quickly charged with her death.