An woman who killed and poisoned her intimate partners has pleaded not guilty to violating the conditions of a peace bond. Melissa Shepard, known as the "Internet Black Widow," did not appear in Halifax provincial court Thursday, but her lawyer Mark Knox entered not guilty pleas on her behalf.
The woman known as the 'Internet Black Widow' is accused of breaching the conditions of her peace bond after an officer on his beat happened to recognize a woman in the Halifax Central Library, say police.
An 80-year-old woman known as the 'Black Widow' for killing and poisoning men who were her intimate partners will continue to live under conditions imposed on her when she was released from a Nova Scotia prison last month.
An elderly woman known as the Internet Black Widow has agreed she won't be romancing any men once she's out of prison unless police are first informed, but it's possible she'll fight this and other conditions of her release at a future court date.
An elderly woman known as the Internet Black Widow who is scheduled to leave a Nova Scotia prison on Friday is expected to appear in court Tuesday for a rare Crown application attempting to impose conditions on her release.
A Nova Scotia judge warned the public to be cautious of a 78-year-old woman known as the "Black Widow" as he sentenced her Tuesday to two years and nine months in prison for spiking her newlywed husband's coffee with tranquilizers while on a honeymoon last fall.