Oak Forest Woman Says She Was Stabbed For Refusing To Join Husband In Threesome
By Rachel Cromidas in News on Mar 10, 2016 5:00PM
These are exciting times for the consensually non-monogamous—but this is definitely—nay, horrifyingly—not how it's done. Oak Forest police are investigating after a woman said she was stabbed in the chest by her husband's girlfriend on March 1, after she twice-refused to participate in a threesome with the pair.
Police told the Daily Southtown that the husband and the other woman had been angling for a threesome since February. At the time, the other woman allegedly made sexual advances toward the wife, which she fought off by kicking her. Somehow, the husband invited the woman, described as his girlfriend, back to his home later to discuss what happened.
Police told the Daily Southtown that the girlfriend came over around midnight March 1, and was led by the husband to his upstairs bedroom, where his wife was watching TV. The conversation did not go well:
The victim said the other woman told her she loves the victim's husband and could love the victim too. The victim said she then told the woman her husband was a married man with a family and the other woman would not be part of it, reports said.
The women then came to blows, according to police, and the girlfriend allegedly ran downstairs, grabbed a 7-inch kitchen knife, and returned to stab the wife. Police said the woman was driven by her husband to Advocate South Suburban Hospital in Hazel Crest. Police found blood on the sidewalk and driveway outsider her home, but no charges were filed in the case as of Wednesday.