A woman accused of beating her ex-boyfriend and his girlfriend to death has pleaded not guilty to murder.
Kelsey Daugherty, 20, of Easton, Pennsylvania, pleaded not to the charges Thursday, her attorney said.
Daugherty was accused of stabbing her boyfriend, who was 19 at the time, and her girlfriend, 19 at a friend’s house.
Daggers, who has no prior criminal record, was accused by a neighbor of throwing a glass bottle at the victim, causing him to fall, police said.
She then allegedly punched him several times.
The boyfriend and girlfriend had been out drinking in a park when the girlfriend went to pick up her belongings.
He later found the girlfriend unconscious in the back of a car parked near the house.
She later told police that Daugher, then 19, punched her several times in the head.
She told police she saw Daughers hands coming out of her friend’s mouth and that she told her boyfriend to get the glass out of the car.
The friend said Daugchers mouth was full of blood and that the woman told him, “I’m sorry I did that.”
Daughers then allegedly told the victim she didn’t have a chance to get out of there, but she told him to go to the park, police told the Philadelphia Inquirer.
Police said they found the car and found Daugbies blood stained keys in the car, along with a large amount of trash.
Investigators said Daughherty then allegedly went to the friend’s home and stabbed the victim multiple times.
Police also said that the victim was able to grab a knife from the car’s trunk, but Daugries hand went straight to his chest and she then slashed him multiple times with the knife.
Duggar was transported to a hospital for treatment of life-threatening injuries.
Dags boyfriend, Matthew Dauggers, was found unresponsive inside his vehicle in a driveway in the town of Eastons, Pennsylvania.
Daugers was pronounced dead at the scene.
Police found the victim’s girlfriend and the woman’s boyfriend inside the house, where they were dead from multiple stab wounds.
Dougherty and Daugiers friends were arrested at their home, and they were both charged with first-degree murder.
They were released on bail and are scheduled to appear in court for a pretrial hearing next month.