New Jersey Mother Sets Fire to Boyfriend’s House After Being Sent Home Following Threesome, Said she ‘Needed to Hurt Someone’

Tasia S. Young, 33, of Woodbury, is charged with arson and related offenses.
Tasia S. Young, 33, of Woodbury, is charged with arson and related offenses.

A South Jersey woman charged with torching her boyfriend’s house and displacing seven people told police she set the blaze because she was upset following a threesome she had with him and a second woman.

The Sunday night fire on Centre Street in Woodbury displaced residents from a home that had been converted into two apartments.

The boyfriend lived in one apartment and a family of six lived in the other, according to police. All escaped without injuries.

Two days after the blaze, Tasia S. Young, 33, of Woodbury, arrived at police headquarters and confessed to setting the fire because she felt “like she needed to hurt somebody,” according to her criminal complaint.

Young told police she was in a relationship with a man and that they had a sexual encounter with another woman on Saturday at his apartment.

When it was over, he summoned a cab for Young, but remained at his apartment with the other woman.

Young had been “going through a lot” and grew upset about her relationship, ultimately deciding to “burn his house down,” she told police.

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SOURCE: Matt Gray | NJ.com