- Associated Press - Friday, January 9, 2015

SAN FRANCISCO (AP) - San Francisco prosecutors have charged a woman with attempted murder for allegedly setting up two small fires at a house that served as the backdrop to the popular “Mrs. Doubtfire” movie starring Robin Williams.

The San Francisco Chronicle reports (https://bit.ly/1BNtdz2 ) Tyqwon Eugenen Welch declined to be interviewed Thursday but did say the charges “have nothing to do with me.”

Prosecutors say the 25-year-old resident of Los Angeles is a disgruntled former patient of the plastic surgeon who owns and lives in the house.

The iconic “Mrs. Doubtfire” house served as a temporary shrine to Williams after he committed suicide in August, amassing flowers, candles and other items mourning the Bay Area-based comedian’s death.

The fires were set Monday night and caused minimal damage.


Information from: The San Francisco Chronicle,

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