Two weeks ago a 34-year-old Naomie Breton asked a Florida judge for a protective order to keep Roosevelt Mondesir, 54, the father of her 4-year-old son, away from her, saying that he was a threat and threatened to hurt her and put her out of their home. Roosevelt left threatening messages on her phone, and vowed to get back at her, claiming "I am all about revenge," Naomie quoted him as saying. But family court Judge Thomas Barkdull denied the Naomie's request just an hour after she presented it, saying there was insufficient evidence for the protective order. Cut to Monday. Roosevelt doused the woman in gasoline and set her on fire then chased her with a machete outside of a 7-Eleven. Bath salts? Naomie ran into the store and tried to hold the door shut while 7-Eleven staff called police. Roosevelt left the scene, but was found hiding in the bushes by police dogs He was arrested and charged with attempted murder. Naomie suffered burns to her face and body and remains hospitalized.