Nanny cam images of dermatologists ‘poisoning their radiologist husband with Drano’ surface

Nanny cam images of dermatologists ‘poisoning their radiologist husband with Drano’ surface

A California dermatologist arrested on suspicion of poisoning her husband was allegedly caught in the act after her partner set up a nanny camera in the couple’s kitchen at their $2.7 million home.

The footage allegedly shows 45-year-old Yue “Emily” Yu repeatedly pouring Drano — a brand of drain cleaner — into her husband Jack Chen’s hot soda.

Chen, a radiologist, told police that he fell ill and suffered serious injuries before handing them the video evidence proving his claim.

Chen, who is now seeking a divorce after 10 years of marriage, claimed Yu abused him and their two children for years, with the dermatologist once yelling at the teens to “die,” court documents revealed to the New York Post.

The footage allegedly shows 45-year-old Yue “Emily” Yu repeatedly pouring Drano — a brand of drain cleaner — into her husband Jack Chen’s hot soda

Chen, a radiologist, told police that he fell ill and suffered serious injuries before handing them the video evidence proving his claim

Chen, a radiologist, told police that he fell ill and suffered serious injuries before handing them the video evidence proving his claim

“When Emily is frustrated and yells at the children, she commonly uses a Chinese phrase that translates to ‘go die,'” Chen wrote in court testimony when he was seeking a restraining order against his wife.

‘ She also tells the kids: ‘Your head has a problem’, ‘Your head is sick’, ‘Fuck yourself’, ‘Fucking idiot’, ‘Stupid a**hole’ and ‘Get the fuck out of the way’ , Chen wrote.

Yu was arrested around 6 p.m. Thursday night outside of her dermatology office in Mission Viejo, about 15 miles from the couple’s home in Irvine, Calif., Lt. Bill Bingham told .

Bingham said Chen called the Irvine Police Department earlier on Thursday and told them he was being “poisoned by his wife” and said he had “video evidence to share.”

The pictured Dr.  Yue P Yu was arrested over allegations that she tried to intentionally poison her husband

The pictured Dr. Yue P Yu was arrested over allegations that she tried to intentionally poison her husband

“Our officers reviewed the video,” Bingham said before Yu was arrested on suspicion of poisoning her husband.

Bingham added, “The husband’s allegations were incredibly serious and we felt it was important to investigate the case quickly based on the allegations.”

Yu has not been charged, but Chen has been granted a restraining order against his wife while the police continue their investigation.

No motive for the shocking crime has emerged. Yu, who works at the Providence Health System in Mission Viejo, was removed from her headshot by her employer’s website. A spokesman said they were cooperating with the police.

Chen said he and Yu met in 2011 and the couple married a year later on July 4, 2012.

Chen claimed his wife’s demeanor changed after their son and daughter, now aged seven and eight, were born in 2013 and 2014. He also claimed that Yu’s mother, Yuqin “Amy” Gu, also verbally and physically abused her children.

“From the age of two, Emily and Amy were subjected to verbal and then physical abuse [our son and daughter] which increased with age,” Chen said. “They abuse me both verbally and physically.” He said the women would call the kids “damn stupid.”

The footage allegedly shows 45-year-old Yue

The footage allegedly shows 45-year-old Yue “Emily” Yu repeatedly pouring Drano — a brand of drain cleaner — into her husband Jack Chen’s hot soda

Chen claimed that Yu beat her daughter when she was three years old for wetting her bed. Yu is also said to have hit her son on the head and arms when he was two years old.

“If the kids fall asleep without permission, even if she would wake them up after 11 p.m., demand that [they] Go into her room, shut the door and make her cry,’ he said.

“Sometimes she ended up telling the kids to get out and then slamming the door behind them, which made her cry outside her door.”

When the kids played the piano after school, Yu allegedly told them they were “damn stupid” until they cried.

After the alleged poisoning, Bingham said Chen began developing symptoms that have worsened over the past month.

He said Chen received medical treatment after his illness, but could not say whether a blood test revealed the toxin in his bloodstream.

“Based on the integrity of the case, the poisoning appears to have occurred over an extended period of time,” Bingham said.

Yu was arrested at her office after being interrogated by the police.

“Our detectives contacted Yu when she left work. They interviewed her and after her interview detectives put her under arrest.’

He added: “You [Yue Yu] was arrested under a section of California statute alleging that she deplorably introduced a poison or harmful substance into food, drink, medicine or pharmaceutical products,” he said.

The alleged poisoning attacks are believed to have taken place at her $2.7 million mansion in Irvine, California

The alleged poisoning attacks are believed to have taken place at her $2.7 million mansion in Irvine, California

Bingham told that they found no connection between this incident and Yu’s employment.

“The motive is still under investigation. It appears that it was a domestic incident between a husband and wife.’

The husband told officers he suspected she had poisoned him and had set up surveillance video to confirm this.

Bingham told he has seen cases of “accidental poisoning in children” but said “deliberate cases of poisoning” are not common.

“I’ve been doing this for 22 years and this is a most unusual and unique case,” he said.

The couple lived together in a $2.7 million home in Irvine, California.

After Yu’s arrest, a search warrant was executed at the home by Irvine police officers.

The attack is said to have seriously injured Chen, although he is now recovering from his injuries.

Yu’s attorney said his client denied poisoning her husband or abusing him or their children, the Post reports.