- Date of Birth:
- January 1, 1990
- 5' 7"
Krystin Lisaius (born Krystin Sorich in 1990) is a local television anchor in Tuscon, Arizona. Prior to pursuing a career in journalism, Krystin won the Miss Southern Arizona pageant in 2012, after graduating from the University of Arizona. Krystin previously worked at the Arizona local news channel KGUN as a television reporter before accepting a job as a freelance writer for the North Tuscon Living Magazine. During a barbecue at her family home, the reporter breastfed her son only hours after snorting cocaine. The baby was rushed to the hospital following complications after ingesting the cocaine-infested milk. Krystin left the emergency room with the child against medical advice after doctors asked to run a toxicology report. The baby was taken to to Diamond Children’s Hospital for further evaluation, where the toxicology report showed cocaine usage. Krystin was later indicted on charges of possession of dangerous drugs and child abuse on June 9, 2016.
Best Known For:
Krystin Lisaius is best known for breastfeeding her infant child less than 12 hours after snorting cocaine with her husband.
Krystin Lisaius is currently married to former crime reporter for KOLD News, Somchai Lisaius. Authorities also indicted Somchai for possession and child abuse charges.