By Snejana Farberov For Dailymail. Nancy Crampton Brophy, 69, has been behind bars since September after Portland police say she shot Daniel Brophy, 63, her husband of 27 years, at the Oregon Culinary Institute that June. The case made international headlines after it was revealed that Crampton Brophy once wrote an essay titled 'How to Murder Your Husband. Earlier this month, Campton Brophy's lawyers asked a judge to release her from jail and allow her to spend the rest of the coronavirus outbreak at an undisclosed guest house, arguing that she was 'at risk of imminent death in jail. Nancy Crampton Brophy, 69, appeared in court in a face mask on Tuesday for her bail hearing. She has been jailed since September for the murder of her husband, Dan Brophy right.
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The Portland, Ore. Crampton Brophy, 68, was arrested Sept. She was arraigned Thursday, appearing in blue inmate clothing, and ordered jailed without bail, court records show. She has not filed a plea, and her attorney declined to comment when contacted by The Post. They say write what you know. Our bloggers do it on Barstool. Columnists across the globe do it in their newspapers.
Skip navigation! Story from News. A Portland, Oregon romance novelist who once published an essay called "How to Murder Your Husband" was arrested on September 5 on charges of murdering her husband with a gun, reports the Washington Post.
Subscriber Account active since. On September 5, Romance novelist Nancy L. Crampton-Brophy was arrested in connection to the murder of her year-old husband Daniel Brophy , the Portland Police Bureau said in a statement. The essay, which is no longer public but is still accessible via internet archives, was published in on the website See Jane on November 4, , according to The Oregonian.