The shocking moment a furious woman accused of running over her boyfriend after she learned he was HIV positive has been caught on video.
The incident was reportedly captured on a neighbor’s security camera, showing the man riding a bicycle in Arizona before a Ford Mustang plows into him, causing him to fly over the hood of the car.
The red vehicle is then seen driving off before two bystanders appear at the scene as they attempt to help the man. He gets up on his own and tries to walk, but falls into a block wall.
Misty Lee Wilke, 43, of Phoenix has since been jailed following the ordeal, which the man survived but was left suffering a fractured vertebra and a head injury requiring staples, according to Fox 10.
The series of events leading to the April 29 incident began after Wilke and her boyfriend got into an argument that morning after he told her he was HIV positive, court records indicated.
Wilke told police that prior to the alleged hit-and-run, her boyfriend was laughing after breaking the news to her and attacked her with a pocket knife, cutting her arm, Fox 10 reported.
Police later responded to a report of a man struck by a vehicle at a park near 13th Street and Hatcher Road.
Authorities said the victim’s hair and blood, along with paint from his bike, was found on Wilke’s Mustang, Fox 10 reported.
About 30 minutes after the incident, Wilke’s reportedly called police recounting what happened.
She told police she had pushed her boyfriend after he pulled a knife on her. Police noted they found a small cut on her arm, according to KNXV.
She reported that she then got into her car and accelerated, hopping a curb and continuing through the park without looking.
Wilke allegedly said she was aware she hit someone but did not know how her boyfriend ended up in front of her car.
She has since been arrested and charged with two counts of aggravated assault.