• Suspect to boyfriend's ex: 'I will bury you alive & let a cancer eat your entire family'

    By: Jason Kelly , Jeff Deal

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    VOLUSIA COUNTY, Fla. - A 33-year-old woman is accused of using Instagram and Twitter to cyberstalk and threaten her boyfriend's ex-girlfriend.

    Deputies said the victim traveled to a Volusia County Sheriff's Office substation in DeBary on March 20 to report Karolyn Rico-Ospina, because she feared for her safety and that of her family.

    "I hope you die a painful, slow death," Rico-Ospina is alleged to have said. "I hope your family watches. I hope your mother enjoys when we burn both of you together. Or should we show up at your grandfather's at Tampa?"


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    The alleged victim declined to discuss the incident with Channel 9 and asked to not be identified.

    She said her popular workout and fitness videos have garnered thousands of followers on social media.

    "I will bury you alive and let a cancer eat your entire family," Rico-Ospina is accused of saying.

    Channel 9's Jeff Deal traveled to Rico-Ospina's Port Orange apartment Tuesday.

    "We're with Channel 9 News, working on a story about the arrest related to cyberstalking," Deal said.

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    "Oh, yeah? Bye," a man said before closing the door.

    Rico-Ospina threatened to ruin the victim's career and post nude photographs of her on social media because she owed her money, investigators said.

    "Thought I would never do it? You Russian (expletive)," she is accused of saying. "How about your naked pictures with your hairy (expletive) on the net?"

    Rico-Ospina was arrested on charges of threats or extortion and aggravated stalking.

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