What did Megan Imirowicz do to her father? The Michigan teen was guilty of killing her father by throwing lye on him while he slept. She revealed chilling words in the courtroom as the judge handed her a light sentence for the murder of her dad.
Megan Imirowicz is the daughter of Konrad Imirowicz and Joyce Conrad.
On her 18th birthday, her drunk father was unable to drive her to a hair salon in October 2021, and reportedly, the furious young girl threw chemical burns across his body and after surviving for five months, he died.
The teenager was convicted of charges connected to throwing lye at her father.
Megan Joyce Imirowicz, 19, was found guilty by a Michigan jury of both domestic violence and “unlawful possession or use of a harmful irritant causing death” more than a year after the death of her 64-year-old father Konrad Imirowicz, per a release from the Office of the Prosecuting Attorney.
The tortured woman began to spew quotes from the Bible during a shocking court outburst as she stood accused of fatally dousing her father with lye.
Read on for more about Megan Imirowicz.
What did Megan Imirowicz do to her father?
According to the state, Imirowicz threw lye on her father, when he was sleeping after being heavily intoxicated.
He was supposed to drive her to the hair salon for an appointment before her 18th birthday but was unable as he allegedly struggled with alcoholism.
During the trial, prosecutors claimed the attack happened after Konrad told his daughter he was drunk and unable to drive her to a hair salon on October 1, 2021, shortly before her birthday, reported NBC News.
According to prosecutors, the furious daughter threw the lye and water on his sleeping body and left him with chemical burns.
“The conviction stems from an incident that occurred on October 1, 2021, when the then 18-year-old defendant threw lye, a chemical drain cleaner, on her sleeping father,” added the prosecutor’s statement.
He suffered in the hospital until his death on March 6, 2022, three days after he was taken off life support.
“The victim was hospitalized for chemical burns across his body. He survived for five months following the attack, but ultimately died on March 6, 2022, three days after he was removed from life support, from chemical burns and complications sustained when a chemical was thrown on him.”
“This is a tragic case,” added Oakland County Prosecutor Karen D. McDonald, about Imirowicz, who was first charged by state police in March 2022.
“The defendant lashed out in anger and wound up killing her father,” he added. “I commend the prosecution team for the tremendous work that went into the prosecution and securing justice for the victim in this case.”
What happened to Megan Imirowicz? She received a 1 year prison sentence.
Megan Imirowicz, 19, sobbed and leaned on her faith in a Michigan courtroom during her sentencing on Tuesday, July 25, 2023.
She was hit with one year in prison and must serve five years of probation despite maintaining her innocence until the end.
On the stand, she passionately denied taking the life of 64-year-old Konrad Imirowicz and began quoting the Bible.
“The evil are ensnared by the transgressions of their lips, but the righteous escape from trouble,” she said in court Tuesday, quoting Proverbs 12:13.
“I am the best parts of him,” Megan Imirowicz said through sobs. “I am his daughter. But without him, I don’t know who I am anymore.”
However, prosecutors urged the court to ignore her desperate actions and claimed that she lied to investigators after her father was found.
Prosecutors said that Imirowicz admitted to throwing things at her father, but the defense pointed out that no one knows for certain who threw the lye.
Despite this, jurors decided to convict her of unlawful possession or use of harmful irritants causing death.
Prosecutors thanked the jury for siding with the state but admitted that the case was heartwrenching.
“This is a tragic case. The defendant lashed out in anger and wound up killing her father,” said Oakland County Prosecutors Karen D. McDonald.
“I commend the prosecution team for the tremendous work that went into the prosecution and securing justice for the victim in this case.”
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