Georgia – A woman thought she hit the lottery when she met a sugar daddy at Walmart who immediately started spending his tax refund money on her. But after a few days Bro was over it.
The woman was recently sentenced for running over the sugar daddy she’d recently met at Walmart.
Junmakia Racquel Henley, 47, was sentenced to 25-years after being convicted of aggravated assault with a motor vehicle, aggravated battery and felony hit-and-run.
According to prosecutors, Henley met the man in the electronics section of Wal-Mart on Feb. 29, 2016. He asked her to lunch, and spoil her with gifts and nights out on the town, every day afterward. For several days, the man bought her gifts and took her out, but the romance was short-lived. After a week, he grew tired of being used and asked her to leave his home.
Then on March 5, the 60-something-year-old man walked Henley to her car parked in his driveway. After Henley backed up, according to prosecutors, she accelerated, causing the man to land on the hood of her Toyota Camry, before falling on the ground. She again reversed and ran over the man, before pulling off.
As Henley left the scene, the man used his cellphone to call 911. He had two broken legs from the assault.
The next day, Henley told Cobb County Police she was not at the home and seemed unconcerned over the man’s injuries to his legs, both which were crushed. She referred to the man as “what’s his name.”
Henley initially denied she’d been at the man’s home and referred to him as “what’s his name,” the DA said. A prosecutor told the court her alibi wasn’t believable.
“If not her, then who?” the prosecutor asked.
It took 30 minutes for the jury to come back with a guilty verdict. On Monday, she was sentenced to 25 years, with 15 years to serve in prison and the rest on probation.