NYDN – A Michigan college student has admitted poisoning her roommate with bleach, according to an affidavit obtained by ABC News. Kayla Ashlyn Bonkowski, who attends Central Michigan University, is accused of spraying bleach into her roommate’s iced tea after an argument over dirty dishes last month, Michigan State Police said in a statement. The roommate, Emily Joseph, 20, filed a complaint against Bonkowski, 19. After the incident, Joseph sought medical treatment and has since been released. Bonkowski, who hails from Mount Pleasant, Mich., was arrested, posted bond, and is now due to be arraigned on December 10. The charge carries a maximum sentence of 15 years in prison. According to the affidavit, Bonkowski “verbally admitted” to Michigan State Trooper Douglas Hunt that “she put bleach in the drink” because “Joseph is mean.” Bonkowski, according to the affidavit, stated that “she knew that spraying the bleach was a serious thing.”
I’ve always had kind of a thing for bad girls. There’s certain periods in life where you want nothing else but the experience of rush of having a drink handed to you and having to calculate the probability that it contains enough household chemicals to end your life. Sometimes it’s the only thing that can make you feel alive again. There was a week or two a few years ago where I legitimately fell in love with Casey Anthony for her homicidal tendencies, and it’s been a little while since I found a similar girl but I think I might have kind of fallen for Kayla Ashlyn Bonkowski. She has the eyes of chick who would abruptly switch from bitching about dirty dishes to about how her roommate is a dirty whore but “accidentally” forget that the solution of only one of those problems is supposed to contain bleach.The kind of girl that’s fantastic in bed but who spend the entire time having sex of how she could kill you with your own penis. That’s the perfect kind of crazy, the kind of crazy that makes me want to marry her and take her hilarious last name as my own. . Hopefully its still there in 5-15 years.