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Mom accused of throwing ‘steaming’ hot chocolate on estranged husband, children

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Natasha Johnson was arrested Tuesday after throwing hot chocolate on her husband and two kids, police said. (Photo: Hamilton County Sheriff's Office)

Natasha Johnson was arrested Tuesday after throwing hot chocolate on her husband and two kids, police said. (Photo: Hamilton County Sheriff’s Office)

CINCINNATI, Ohio (PIX11) — An Ohio woman was arrested after police say she threw “steaming” hot chocolate at her children and estranged husband Tuesday.

Natasha Johnson, 29, was charged with domestic violence and two counts of child endangerment, according to WCPO.

The incident stemmed from an argument between Johnson and her estranged husband on Dec. 8.

Johnson reportedly approached her husband, who was in the car with the two children at the time of the argument, and asked him to sign an affidavit claiming to be the father of her newly born child.

He refused to sign the affidavit, causing the estranged couple to argue, police said.

Johnson then threw “steaming” hot chocolate at the man and the liquid splashed onto the girls in the back seat.

She reportedly told officials it was all a misunderstanding.

The man and children suffered first- and second-degree burns and were treated at Mercy West Hospital in Cincinnati.

A judge set her bond at $20,000 on Wednesday.