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Tatanysha HedmanRenton, WA — A woman accused of setting her husband on fire after learning he may have molested her 7-year-old daughter, reportedly told police she chose fire because shooting him was “too nice.”

According to police, Tatanysha Hedman set fire to 52-year-old Vincent Phillips with gasoline and a flick of her Bic, as he lay sleeping in their bed on July 17.

Phillips managed to extinguish the flames before driving to a nearby convenience store, where he screamed “I’m on fire!” Which, by that time, he was not. Oops, credibility GONE.

Store employees called for medical assistance, and when police arrived on scene, Phillips reportedly said, “My wife did it,” before passing out.

When questioned by police, Hedman, 40, admitted setting her husband on fire. She claimed he hurt his stepdaughter, and well, shooting him was just too nice.

She’s being held on charges of arson and assault — bail has been set at $500,000.

Phillips is currently recovering at Harborview Medical Center. No word on the extent of his injuries. Investigators said they are recommending that Phillips be charged with first-degree child molestation.

No video, unfortunately, but a blurry still can be seen right here.

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