Murder, Affair, Alleged Double Life: New Details In Glasson Case
OKLAHOMA CITY - News 9 uncovered new details about 33-year-old Kinney Glasson's affair and alleged double life. Glasson is the Oklahoma City man accused of shooting and killing his wife Erin in their Oklahoma City home last week.
New information was also revealed about the woman he confessed to having an affair with for several months.
Court papers stated that woman is currently in the Stephens County Jail and has given police crucial evidence including love letters Kinney Glasson sent her saying he was getting divorced, and that they would live happily ever after.
The woman's name is Reva Ann Smith.
She is a 24-year-old widow and a mother to three young children.
Those close to her said she was just blown away by the news.
“None of us wanted to believe it,” said Marla Golden, Smith's cousin by marriage. “That's not the person we met.”
Marla Golden said she was shocked to hear about the arrest of Kinney Glasson.
She said she even met him during one of his visits.
Golden said Kinney told all of them he was in the process of getting a divorce, claimed he was with the FBI and even flashed a badge!
She had no idea he was lying to all of them, including Reva Ann.
“We were under the understanding that he wasn't even living with his wife, and that he was going through a divorce and that he loved Reva Ann very much,” said Golden.
Golden said he even showed her pictures of his 5-year-old daughter, who was inside the house at the time of the shooting.
“And he worshipped that little girl,” said Golden. “I mean she was his pride and joy. I still cannot fathom the thought of what would bring him to do such a horrid thing.”
Golden said Kinney never talked about his wife around them, or said anything bad, just that he was getting a divorce. And once it was done, he told her he would buy a house for Reva and him to live in.
“I love Reva Ann to pieces,” said Golden. “And we're just trying to get her life straight.”
Smith is currently in the Stephens County Jail on an unrelated charge.
She was caught driving a stolen pickup truck and missed a court date related to the charge.