Jeremy says he believes his wife, Kelly, is trying to poison him to death by putting borax in his food and drinks, so she can collect his insurance money.  

He says he also suspects Kelly is cheating with multiple men and is covering her tracks. Jeremy claims he has evidence supporting his claims including: soda bottles and urine samples that contain borax. Kelly emphatically denies poisoning or cheating on her husband. She claims borax was in her car so she could make bouncy balls with her children.
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