Natasha Johnson, 29, arrested for child endangerment and domestic violence after throwing hot chocolate on her estranged husband and kids.
A woman was arrested on child endangerment charges after throwing hot chocolate on her estranged husband and kids.
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CINCINNATI -- A woman was arrested on child endangerment charges after throwing hot chocolate on her estranged husband and kids.
Natasha Johnson, 29, was charged with domestic violence and two counts of child endangerment. She had an argument with her estranged husband on Dec. 8 after she asked him to sign an affidavit claiming to be the father of her newly born child, according to court records.
The husband was in a car at the time of the argument with two children in the back seat. When he refused to sign the paper, police said Johnson threw "steaming hot" hot chocolate onto the man. The hot drink also hit the two girls in the back seat, causing injury.
All three were taken to Mercy West Hospital with first and second degree burns.
Johnson appeared in court Wednesday morning where a judge set her bond at $20,000.