A Southern California physician accused of poisoning her husband by spiking his lemonade with Drano was ordered by a choose Thursday to avoid her two youngsters.
Dermatologist Yue “Emily” Yu, 45 of Irvine — who was allegedly caught on digicam dosing Jack Chen, 53 — wore a black skirt and a stoic facial features through the divorce court docket listening to in Orange County, in accordance with footage from Inside Version.
Chen, who filed for divorce earlier this month, had requested a restraining order to maintain his spouse away from their 7-and-8 12 months outdated youngsters.
After the listening to, Yu’s lawyer claimed Chen made up the poisoning story in an try to get custody of their youngsters.
“We consider, as soon as once more, that this was a arrange,” Wohl informed reporters. “She didn’t use [the Drano] to poison her husband.”
However Chen’s lawyer, Steven Hittelman, mentioned Thursday that his shopper suffered “swelling in his esophagus” and “abdomen ulcers” after ingesting the allegedly Drano-spiked sizzling lemonade.
Chen, a radiologist, says he’d been affected by an unexplained sickness for weeks when he turned suspicious and determined to arrange a “nanny cam” of their kitchen.
Footage introduced to the court docket and obtained by The Submit reveals Yu holding a big pink plastic bottle and pouring its contents into an object in early July.
Yu was arrested on suspicion of poisoning her husband on Aug. 4, and Chen filed for a divorce the following day.
Prosecutors had been reviewing the allegations to find out whether or not to press fees, an Orange County District Legal professional’s Workplace spokeswoman mentioned on the time.