The description accompanying a viral video on social media says, “He cheated, therefore she tossed my mother’s ashes in the river.”
A lady is seen in the video tossing her boyfriend’s ashes into a river.
There was an identical occurrence, according to a report from a month ago. After her lover accused her of tossing the urn carrying his mother’s ashes into Lake Worth, a lady was jailed on suspicion of abusing her body.
This is the lady who appears in the video. We are unable to identify her for now, if it’s the same woman or not.
The woman was charged with maltreatment of a body, according to Fort Worth police records. This is a Class A misdemeanor that carries a maximum penalty of one year in prison and a $4,000 fine.
The male informed police that he was dating the lady but that they didn’t get along, according to the complaint.
When the boyfriend arrived home that day, he discovered that his mother’s urn had been taken.
California government says they have the laws for such punishment.
An attorney, Jamie Ross, emphasized to us that California Penal Code 594.35 clearly states that anybody who engages in malicious behavior is subject to jail.
Section 7050.5 of the California Health and Safety Code states:
“Anyone who […] removes any remains from or inside any site other than a designated cemetery willfully or knowingly commits a crime.”
“Any person who is carrying or accompanying human bodies to a cemetery, funeral establishment, or engaging in a funeral service or interment does anything that disturbs, obstructs, or detains any person who is carrying or accompanying human bodies to a cemetery, funeral establishment, or engaging in a funeral service or interment.”