The person behind the murder of a mother of two has reportedly been charged on Thursday per reports.

Handyman David Bonola has been charged for the death of Orsoyla Gaal, a despicable act that allegedly stemmed from a fight over their recently-ended on-and-off affair that went on for two years.

The 44-year-old man was allegedly already on the radar of the New York Police Department (NYPD) after Bonola was spotted in surveillance videos near the scene of the crime. He was taken to the 112th precinct on Wednesday, Apr. 20.

Bonola is charged with murder, criminal tampering and criminal possession of a weapon for allegedly stabbing Gaal about 60 times in the basement of the woman’s Forest Hills home with a kitchen knife on Saturday, Apr. 16.

When he was apprehended, the pony-tailed suspect was questioned by police and was reportedly blurting out expletives when he was arrested.

“F–k you, mother f–kers!” Bonola, sporting a white Tyvek suit, screamed before he was shoved into a waiting police car.

Bonola had no prior arrests and was a handyman employed by Gaal for about two years. It appears that within that period, the two developed an intimate affair according to NYPD Chief of Detectives James Essig.

Further, the two reportedly did not have plans on that fateful night. Bonola just showed up at Gaal’s home at around 12:30 a.m. not long after the two had returned after a night out with friends to see a show at Lincoln Center and then had drinks at a local bar.

“Bonola then retrieved a hockey bag belonging to Mrs. Gaal’s son, placed her in the bag and — as video showed — was seen rolling the body down the sidewalk, leaving a bloody trail through the streets of Forest Hills,” Essig stated.

Gaal’s 13-year-old son was left alone at the time. Her husband, Howard Klein, was traveling at that time with their other 17-year-old son.

Detectives found the murder weapon at the scene, as well as Bonola’s jacket, blood-soaked boots, t-shirt and bandages, which he appeared to have tossed while fleeing, police added.

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