A 19-year-old woman in Mississippi is facing up to a decade in prison after it was revealed that she was having sexual intercourse with dogs – and filming the encounters for distribution on social media.
Denise Frazier was the leading lady in a bestial pornographic video spread around via Snapchat- one which a concerned citizen happened to come across.
Upon the citizen reporting the video to law enforcement, the Jones County Sheriff’s Office quickly got involved and managed to triangulation where the video originated from.
“In my 17 years in law enforcement, this is one of the most disturbing cases that I’ve ever investigated,” said JCSO Sergeant J.D. Carter. “JCSO is in possession of several videos that are so graphic that we are not at liberty to release them or even discuss the particular content. The investigation is far from over.”
Photographs and video of Frazier being escorted by police in a striped prisoner’s uniform have since been disseminated on the internet.
Frazier was booked into the Jones County Adult Detention Facility on charges of animal cruelty and unnatural intercourse.
PREVIEW: Denise Frazier, the 19-year-old accused of filming sexual acts with dogs, made her first court appearance today. Tune in to our 5 p.m. broadcast for more details. pic.twitter.com/S3NYxKG3aK— WDAM 7 (@wdam) April 6, 2023
Frazier made her first court appearance Thursday afternoon in Jones County Justice Court, according to WDAM.
Judge Grant Hedgepeth set her bond at $ 25,000 and ordered her to stay away from animals until after her trial.
In a press conference, Carter claimed that Frazier insisted she was a victim, giving conflicting accounts that she was either forced to or paid to do it, respectively.
The situation is a new one for the Jones County Sheriff’s Office, and one in which the investigation is somewhat difficult to navigate.
“We’ve never dealt with this particular type of case before,” Carter said. “There are really no true words to describe it other than disgusting.”
“So, right now, we’re still in that initial phase, right past the first part of it. But, we’re still going to look into it to see if there’s more,” he added.
All three of the abused dogs, including a German Shepherd that allegedly had training as a service animal, have been taken to a local animal shelter.
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