27-Year-Old Wife Stabs 72-Year-Old Husband in Deltona

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To outsiders, the marriage of 72-year-old Maciej Nowicki and 27-year-old Brygida Scheffler probably seemed like a real-life fairy tale -- the kind of relationship where the pair could talk or not talk forever and still find things not to talk about. But when Nowicki accused Scheffler of cheating, the Polish trophy bride stabbed him with a knife and threatened to have him killed if he called the police. 

According to the Daytona Beach News-Journal, Scheffler is originally form Poland and works as a waitress at the nearby Deltona Inn in Deltona, Florida. 

Nowicki recently discovered that Scheffler had been cheating on him with another man for about a year, and he confronted her about it Saturday around 10:18 a.m.

As the two argued, Scheffler grabbed a six-inch kitchen knife and lunged at her elderly husband. He raised his left arm to fend off the attack and was stabbed in the forearm. The knife left a 3/4-inch puncture wound. Nowicki eventually grabbed a golf club to defend himself but did not hit Scheffler. 

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Scheffler allegedly threatened that if Nowicki called police, she would have her friends from the hotel bar come over and "do him in." 

Nowicki called police anyway. Deputies arrives to find him bleeding profusely. Blood and a small chunk of flesh were found on the knife. 

Scheffler was arrested and charged with aggravated assault on a person older than 65, though she told the News-Journal that the accusations are false. 

"Everything that the man said and all the charges they put on me are false," she said.

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JoeJohnson
JoeJohnson

What Bubbawubba said.  I'm not really a spelling or grammar nazi, but really, I expect more when I'm reading an article from a widely-published journal, whether it's online or off.  Same goes for books or any writing beyond a social media status update.  Granted, a lot of the articles on Miami New Times are little more than fluff pieces so maybe they shouldn't be taken seriously.  But it's reeeeeeeally not that much to expect that writers know how to write.  It doesn't show a lack of education so much as a lack of professionalism.

Ja'Mookus Shabazz
Ja'Mookus Shabazz

She a mail-order bride. That shit never work out.  Like she gonna hang with some fatass 72-year-old man? Please, this ain't like back in the old country!

Bubbawubba Gump
Bubbawubba Gump

  Sorry lady, but this is supposed to be a professional writer and a real newspaper. As I typed that last sentence I made a mistake but I have enough pride in my work to go back and read what I wrote before I posted it, and nobody pays me a dime.Sloppy work should be pointed out because it makes the writer appear lazy and stupid. Or maybe it just confirms that.

Bubbawubba Gump
Bubbawubba Gump

if she's the trophy then i would hate to see second prize. 

Sabrina Veasey Flynn
Sabrina Veasey Flynn

Real question, not trying to be an ass, but if you get the story, why are so many people spelling nazis? To tell you the truth, if is wasnt for spell check I would be in serious trouble. And some days you just dont want to cut and paste and spell check before making your statement. I'm just saying, I do not think it shows a lack of eduacation because something has mistakes. Its just a mistake.

StarTheory
StarTheory

My thoughts exactly. She looks like she was tweaking then poking at her ugly face haha

Nlc715
Nlc715

Trophy bride? Looks like poor whie trash to me.

JoeJohnson
JoeJohnson

Seriously.... any kind of editor at all.  Is there one?  I'm tempted to read beyond the first sentence just to see how many other mistakes I can find.

Jenny Ryczek
Jenny Ryczek

the first line is a spoof.. one of the lines from the movie "Best in Show,"  when the trophy wife is detailing her intense relationship with her dying, mute husband who is in a wheel chair.  she says they could find things to talk or not talk about for hours.  its hilarious, and that is what the writer is saying here... a fairytale aka a superficial relationship that even the movies mock.

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