Man Who Killed His Wife And Boned A Hooker To Celebrate Runs Ad For A New GF, Says He’s ‘Baby Mama Drama’ Free



This story has it all.

Back in 2012, Jonathan Crupi of Staten Island was arrested for murdering his wife, Simeonette Mapes. According to police, he pushed her down the stairs then stabbed her 15 times. Fifteen times. Afterward, he tried to stage a home invasion to cover his tracks, then left to go bone his favorite hooker, a lady of the night who goes by the name Miss Pumpkin.

He came home and called the police, pretending to be shocked. But his computer revealed searches for “how to throat slash” and “what destroys DNA.”

He was convicted and sentenced to 25 to life for the crime.

Prison apparently has him lonely, though, because NBC 4 found that he put an ad online looking for a girlfriend.

His personal on says:

Hey ladies, are you awesome? Like I am? I’m looking for a fun, intelligent girl to stimulate my brain (and possibly my heart).

I’m not married and I don’t have any kids. No baby-mama drama here!

I’m a bit of a nerd, but that’s cool now, right? I’ve been told that I’m really funny, adventurous, and down to earth. Oh, and that I’m handsome, too lol.

For now, I just want to find an interesting girl to share experiences with…. I’m looking for someone who is happy being single, but open to the possibility of a relationship with the right person.

Any race, creed, or color is ok with me. Seriously, if you are tall or short, blonde or brunette, tattooed and rude, or shy and a prude, it doesn’t matter to me. I’m open minded and I hope you are too. Take a chance and write to me soon!

You won’t regret it.

… is that a threat? I think it’s a threat. He goes on to state that he’s been convicted of murder (wrongfully, he claims!) but doesn’t mention who the last person he killed was (his wife).

Mapes’ mother called the ad a “slap in the face.” Yea.

Crupi also says he is a dog lover, neglecting to mention that his vet suspected he abused the dog he owned with his wife, breaking its back twice.

What a catch.

[Via The New York Daily News]