An Ohio woman who was set on fire after an argument with her ex-boyfriend in 2015 died Tuesday, according to her family. Judy Malinowski, a mother of two and former Miss New Albany, reportedly underwent more than 50 surgeries since the event and inspired new sentencing legislation for victims of extreme physical violence. She was 33-years-old at the time of her death.

Malinowski lived for nearly two years after the incident, though she was confined to a hospital bed at Ohio State University Hospital for the duration of her life after the attack, the Columbus Dispatch reported Tuesday. She was severely burned and disfigured after “parts of her body had melted away” when she was admitted to emergency care, according to the Dispatch.

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Her attacker, 42-year-old Michael Slager, was sentenced in December to 11 years in prison for felonious assault, aggravated arson and possession of criminal tools. He pleaded no-contest.

“She fought so hard,” Malinowski’s stepfather, Dan Bowes, said Tuesday. “No one expected that she’d make it 48 hours. And this is day 696.”

The attack on Aug. 2, 2015, occurred following an argument between Malinowski and her ex-boyfriend. Slager set her on fire with gasoline behind a gas station in Gahanna, Ohio, according to a report by the Associated Press at the time. She sustained third and fourth degree burns on more than 90 percent of her body, according to a GoFundMe page that was established in December.

“Judy breathes via ventilator, cannot walk, cannot speak audibly, has no outward ears (they melted in the fire), and has massive raw wounds on her shoulders and back which cannot be skin-grafted because she is unable to lie on her stomach due to breathing difficulty,” the page added.

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House Bill 63 — known as Judy’s Law — was introduced in February by State Rep. Jim Hughes as legislation that would allow judges to issue greater sentences to defendants in cases in which a victim had been badly maimed or disfigured. The sliding scale specification for sentencing would apply to felonious assault, according to a press release.

“Judy’s attacker gave her a life sentence and received only 11 years in prison,” said Rep. Hughes at the time. “Her story makes it clear that there is a need for a change in Ohio law.”

The Dispatch reported that Franklin County Prosecutor Ron O’Brien plans to move forward with building a homicide case against Slager should it be determined that Malinowski’s injuries were the proximate cause of her death following an autopsy.

In January, O’Brien was granted permission from a judge to “perpetrate” — or preserve for further use — a sealed deposition against Slager in the event that she died.

“It would be our intention, and it has been all along, that should she pass away it was our intention to pursue a homicide charge,” said O’Brien, according to the Dispatch. “This day was not unexpected for probably a long time, but it’s sad that it finally arrived.”

Malinowski is survived by two daughters.