A woman who was busted for selling drugs was found to have some disturbing habits once police got a gander at the videos on her phone. Jenna Driscoll was seen in a few videos having sex with her dog, which is thought to be a pit bull, according to the Huffington Post on Oct. 31.
The 25-year-old Australia woman from Bisbane was charged with bestiality after the videos were evidence for determining she was sexually abusing her dog, a dog that is still in her care. While the police officers were going through her phone finding messages regarding her marijuana sales, they came across a video with her and a man walking into her home with a dog, reports The Mirror.
Upon analyzing the rest of the videos she had stored on her phone they saw her in several videos embarking on bestiality with the same dog. Along with her drug charges she now faces three counts of bestiality. She was released on bail.
The phone gave up evidence in text messages of Driscoll selling four ounces of marijuana for $1,000 and three ounces for $900 on two separate occasions. Bestiality is seen as abuse to the dog, but the dog still being in her care has people confused. Many were not fond of the idea that Driscoll was allowed to keep the poor dog, especially the agency that governs over the treatment of animals.
The Royal Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals would like to see the dog removed, but they explained in a statement that they are stuck between a rock and a hard place with this case. The Royal Society released a statement which included:
“The RSPCA would ideally like to get a dog out of the situation if bestiality was happening, but to operate under the act we would have to prove [that it happened].”
It is not explained why the cell phone videos that the cops used to arrest Driscoll can’t be used as evidence to take the dog away. It could be that these are just charges and she has not been found guilty as of yet.
Mark Townend, who is CEO of the RSPCA of Queensland said that this isn’t something they normally see or expect. The last case of bestiality occurred a few years ago, but it is not an act that they see reported often.
Neighbors told the media that the woman has lived in the same home for the last three years. No one knew of her bizarre behaviors as this was something that she did behind closed doors. Along with the police, her neighbors were also shocked
The International Business Times reports that this summer an American woman was arrested on bestiality charges after she sexually assaulted two of her roommate’s dogs. Shari Knight, 54, was accused of having sex with the dogs then trying to poison her roommate who owns them, Beverley Bradley.