The Texas yoga teacher now on the run after allegedly killing the pro cyclist she believed was sleeping with her cyclist boyfriend was once accused of skipping out on a botox payment.
Fox News reported on a Travis County probable cause affidavit that said Kaitlin Armstrong got a botox procedure on March 6, 2018. When the treatment was completed, she presented a MasterCard to pay the $650 charge but then said she had another card in her vehicle that she’d rather use.
She left the MasterCard on the counter and left the spa but never returned, the affidavit says.
The network didn’t say what the disposition of the case was.
Armstrong, 34, now has bigger problems than theft of service. She’s wanted on a a murder warrant for the shooting death of Moriah “Mo” Wilson, 25, a cyclist who did date Armstrong’s boyfriend Colin Strickland briefly last fall during a temporary break in their relationship, as CrimeOnline previously reported.
But with Wilson in town earlier this month for a cycling event — which she was expected to win — investigators say jealousy got the better of Armstrong. On May 11, Wilson and Strickland, 35, went swimming together — with Strickland reportedly lying about what he was doing so Armstrong wouldn’t know who he was with — and had dinner before Strickland dropped Wilson off at the home of the friend she was staying with for the cycling event.
After Strickland left, Armstrong allegedly arrived, having tracked her boyfriend on a phone app, and shot Wilson. Police questioned Armstrong about the murder but let her go without charge, and she hasn’t been seen since. US Marshals, in fact, say they believe she flew from Austin to Houston and then to New York LaGuardia just days after the killing.
Investigators said they think that Wilson believed she was still in some kind of relationship with Strickland, but both Strickland and Wilson’s family dispute that assertion.
Meanwhile, Strickland is in hiding outside Texas and telling friends he’s not coming back until Armstrong is caught, Road.cc reported.
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[Featured image: Mo Wilson and Kaitlin Armstrong/handout]