This week details about a woman who killed her husband and then learned “he” was really a “she” were revealed in advance of an Investigation Discovery show.
The confessing husband killer, Elizabeth Rudavsky, 27, met Angelo Heddington, 30, while she was traveling to farms to sell dog tags.
Heddington was holed up at a farm in the Glencoe area, recuperating from a back injury when the two met and began dating. Does Elizabeth have a black eye in the pic below….dayum!
Four months later they were married, with Elizabeth stating in the upcoming Dec. 13 Fatal Vows television show that she had suffered abuse at the hands of Angelo even before they tied the marriage knot.
“I had to explain to everyone how I could be so happy, getting married, when I had a black eye,” she said. Black eyes weren’t her only problem, as the domestic violence went so far as to result in Angelo violating Elizabeth with a metal pipe at one point and threatening her with guns in addition to hitting her with balled-up fists and whipping her with a horse whip.
Elizabeth says Angelo refused to have sex with her except in the dark and claimed it was due to being burned in the genital area by a former girlfriend. She believed the lie about his disfigurement, which kept her from realizing a prosthetic penis was being used to make her believe her spouse was a man when it wasn’t true. And she didn’t learn the reality of her spouse’s true sexual identity until she finally stabbed Angelo out of fear for her life.
That violent behavior cost her in the end, when she attempted to physically abuse Elizabeth one time too many. The younger female grabbed a 12-inch butcher knife and used it to stab Angelo in the stomach as he cornered her when she tried to flee the home.
Paramedics responding to the scene had to remove Angelo’s pants, which revealed the startling news that Angelo was really an Angela. And Elizabeth Rudavsky was then served with yet another shocking fact about someone she had once loved and trusted.