Teen Stabs Boy Who Teased Her for Having Stinky Feet
by Lauren Metz Jan 26th 2011 at 11:11AM
Is this for real? An 18-year-old girl in Washington state stabbed a 19-year-old after he teased her during a party for having stinky feet.
Dallas Smith was drunk at the party and took her shoes off so she could attempt \a back flip off a deck. (Not smart!) Willy Simpson then began teasing Dallas for having smelly feet and Dallas began to hit him. Willy pushed her away but Dallas took a knife from her coat and struck him in the back with it, causing one of his lungs to collapse. The 19-year-old boy needed to be transported to Seattle for surgery to have the knife removed.
Dallas pleaded guilty to second-degree assault with a knife and apologized for her "great error in judgment." Last week a judge sentenced the teen to 15 months in prison but also added something else to her sentence -- Dallas must research and write a six-page paper about the ways excessive drinking can destroy lives.
"Let me be absolutely clear: This case is not about smelly feet," said Snohomish County Superior Court Judge David Kurtz. "It is about binge drinking and criminal behavior that did flow from that."
Jan 26th 2011 5:19PM
Wow that girl is very mature! NOT! That is guy was my boyfriend
. It was a stupid thing to do. GO TO HELL DALLA FOR KILLING WILLY. I hope you wake up on day and you are looking at yourself from above and you see a knife in your head.
Jan 26th 2011 8:09PM
GUYS AT THAT AGE CAN BE REAL JERKS,BUT AT THE SAME TIME THE GIRL SHOULD HAD BETTER JUDGEMENT, BUT THAT TO IS A JOKE, OUT DRINKING NOT A GOOD THING, BETTER WAYS TO ENJOY LIFE. MABLE THEY BOTH WILL LEARN A LESSON FROM THIS. THXS
Jan 26th 2011 8:50PM
Don't EFF with girls...we will eff you up!
Jan 26th 2011 9:04PM
Wow. The first three posts seem to indicate that there is something disturbingly wrong with young women today--to ignorant to wrote intelligently; too ignorant to follow messaging protocol regarding the use of caps; can't spell; have little or no use for grammar.... I have a feeling that they aren't that different from the idiot about whom this story was written. (Fifteen months is about right--no early release. And the paper she will write should be returned to her until she gets all grammar and punctuation right.) Let's hope none of these creatures Dito on that one!