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'Ugly Betty' bit-part actor Michael Brea was accused Tuesday of slaying his mother with a sword, and he has confessed to the crime, which he describes as God's work.
"I didn't kill her. I killed the demon inside her," he said in an interview with New York's Daily News.
Brea, 31, is being psychiatrically evaluated at Bellevue Hospital. He said that while riding the subway home from the Prince Hall Masonic Temple in Harlem on Monday, he heard voices and felt powerful. Strangers began speaking to him about his mother and he "felt like Neo from 'The Matrix.'"
When he got home t
Originally posted by Whyhi
reply to post by Pocky
I'm sorry, but if your response was honest, you may need a healthy dose of skepticism in your life.
Like...really...? Medication led to him being taken over by "disembodied spirits"?
Like...I don't even know what I just read at this point...like really, did you really just propose this as a legitimate reason for this...? I know this will obviously seem insulting but this is the funniest yet frightening thing I've read in a long time. Just yeah...
Uh, more on topic, yeah, he may need some mental help...
Originally posted by Xinthose
reply to post by rubbertramp
I think I believe him. If his mother truly did not believe in God then it is possible that demons had control of her (if you do not believe that Jesus Christ is the Messiah of the whole human race, then it is possible for you to be possessed by demons bc you don't have the Holy Spirit living inside of you). I have experienced demons before and let me just say that if you truly love Jesus Christ then every fiber in your being is just disgusted with the person and wishes to put them out of their misery, but you don't because you need to be patient and ask yourself what Jesus would do. But please people, do not judge, it's not your place, it's the place of Jesus to judge, we are all plebeians in God's court and it is our will that decides our fate mainly.