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A Missouri woman was pictured with the bright smile on her face after being charged with killing her fiance with a sword on Christmas Eve after the couple was high on meth.

Brittany Wilson, 32, was found outside the Cape Girardeau home she shared with 34-year-old Harrison Stephen Foster with blood on her clothing and a sword lying in the front yard.  

Wilson had called police shortly after 11p.m. Friday to report that she had killed her Foster with a sword, cops said. 

She told investigators that she believed he had several other entities living in his body, and she was setting him free by stabbing him, police said

After officers arrested Wilson, they went inside the home and found her Harris dead with several fresh stab wounds. 

This photo provided by Cape Girardeau Police Department shows Wilson after being charged with killing her boyfriend with a sword on Friday. Wilson called 911 and was found outside the home she shared with Foster on Friday night with blood on her clothing, and a sword lying in the front yard

This photo provided by Cape Girardeau Police Department shows Wilson after being charged with killing her boyfriend with a sword on Friday. Wilson called 911 and was found outside the home she shared with Foster on Friday night with blood on her clothing, and a sword lying in the front yard

This photo provided by Cape Girardeau Police Department shows Wilson after being charged with killing her boyfriend with a sword on Friday. Wilson called 911 and was found outside the home she shared with Foster on Friday night with blood on her clothing, and a sword lying in the front yard

Brittany Wilson (left), 32, is accused of killing her boyfriend, Harrison Foster (right), 34, with a sword on Christmas Eve after taking methamphetamine earlier in the day

Brittany Wilson (left), 32, is accused of killing her boyfriend, Harrison Foster (right), 34, with a sword on Christmas Eve after taking methamphetamine earlier in the day

Brittany Wilson (left), 32, is accused of killing her boyfriend, Harrison Foster (right), 34, with a sword on Christmas Eve after taking methamphetamine earlier in the day

Wilson and Foster's home at 378 Barberry Street in Cape Girardeau, Missouri, where officers responded to her 911 call on Christmas Eve at 11p.m.

Wilson and Foster's home at 378 Barberry Street in Cape Girardeau, Missouri, where officers responded to her 911 call on Christmas Eve at 11p.m.

Wilson and Foster’s home at 378 Barberry Street in Cape Girardeau, Missouri, where officers responded to her 911 call on Christmas Eve at 11p.m.

Wilson told police that she and Foster had taken methamphetamine earlier in the day at the home located in southeast Missouri, about 115 miles south of St. Louis.  

Officers say she claimed that Foster was harvesting body parts from individuals. 

In the mug shot released Saturday, an orange-jumpsuit-clad Wilson, who has two children, wore a wide smile. Foster isn’t believed to be the father of the two kids. 

He and Wilson were apparently planning to get married after announing their engagement on April 17.

Wilson with her two children in one of her Facebook photos. Her and Foster, who is believed not to be the father of the kids, were planning to get married after they sharing on Facebook their engagement on April 17

Wilson with her two children in one of her Facebook photos. Her and Foster, who is believed not to be the father of the kids, were planning to get married after they sharing on Facebook their engagement on April 17

Wilson with her two children in one of her Facebook photos. Her and Foster, who is believed not to be the father of the kids, were planning to get married after they sharing on Facebook their engagement on April 17

Before the murder happened, Wilson had shared a meme on her Facebook profile about sharing multidimensional experiences with others 'no matter how crazy it sounds to the uninitiated.'

Before the murder happened, Wilson had shared a meme on her Facebook profile about sharing multidimensional experiences with others 'no matter how crazy it sounds to the uninitiated.'

Before the murder happened, Wilson had shared a meme on her Facebook profile about sharing multidimensional experiences with others ‘no matter how crazy it sounds to the uninitiated.’

Prior to the murder, Wilson had shared a meme on her Facebook profile about sharing multidimensional experiences with others on the same day of the fatal incident. 

Along with the post, she wrote the caption: ‘So guys, Uhhhhhh, Turns out the love of Christ has superpower perks. Don’t follow me for further elaboration, Follow him for Eternal Salvation.’

Wilson was being held Sunday in lieu of $2 million bond. She has been charged with first-degree murder and armed criminal action.  

Source: dailymail

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