"I will not be ignored!": What jilted women have done to get revenge

1993: Lorena Bobbitt cuts off husband's penis, tosses it in field-
Um, yes. She said he came home drunk and sexually assaulted her (a charge that was never proven), so she went to the kitchen, grabbed ... more 
1993: Lorena Bobbitt cuts off husband's penis, tosses it in field-
Um, yes. She said he came home drunk and sexually assaulted her (a charge that was never proven), so she went to the kitchen, grabbed a carving knife and removed the offending member, slicing it right off his body. Then she drove away and threw it out of the window of her car. Today she is remarried and a domestic abuse advocate. less 
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Thu, Oct 6, 2011 3:35 PM EDT
Friday's news of YaVaughnie Wilkins's over-the-top spiteful billboard campaign made us start thinking about just how deeply pissed women get when we're rejected or wronged, how exactly like crazy people we sometimes appear, and how there seems to be no real limit to what many of us will do. "Hell hath no fury like a woman scorned" may be a cliche, but man, can it be true.



We rounded up some of the most famous (and downright bizarre) revenge seekers of the past few decades, all of whom--in one brutal, strange, or weirdly creative way or another-- conveyed Glenn Close's famous message from the movie 'Fatal Attraction': They will not be ignored.