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Woman facing criminal charges after hide and seek turns fatal

Many events can take a turn for the worse and leave individuals with serious or fatal injuries. Some people may think that they are playing a game or carrying out a prank, but the outcomes are much more serious than expected. As a result, it is common for criminal charges to result when a situation turns bad.

It was recently reported that one woman in Florida is currently facing criminal charges after what she claims was a game of hide and seek turned fatal. The 42-year-old woman and her boyfriend, whose age was not given in the report, were allegedly playing hide and seek when the man apparently got into a suitcase, which was then zipped up. It was unclear who zipped the suitcase, but the man reportedly said that he could not breathe.

The report mentioned that the couple had been drinking the night of the incident, and the woman stated that she passed out while playing the game. As a result, the man was left in the suitcase for several hours, and he died as a result. It was unclear who called authorities or how they became aware of the situation. Nonetheless, the woman was taken into custody and is currently facing charges for second degree murder.

The woman charged in this case likely did not anticipate these outcomes. Unfortunately, she must now contend with serious criminal charges that could have lasting effects on her life. She will likely want to go over her available defense options and determine how she can best combat the murder charge as her case moves through the Florida criminal justice system.

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