A 27-year-old Australian sicko woman, who admitted to having had sex with her dog, apologized to Judge Terry Martin in the Brisbane District Court on Friday stating she regretted what she had done. Jenna Louise Driscoll was sentenced to two-and-a-half years of probation after pleading guilty to three counts of bestiality, drug trafficking, stabbing another woman with a fork and biting a child twice.
The case details emerged in October 2014 as Driscoll was being investigated for drugs. Authorities found a disturbing video of Driscoll engaged in sexual acts with a pit bull on her cell phone. According to the Daily Mail, Driscoll told authorities she had performed the sick acts to capture her older boyfriend’s attention. Judge Martin responded:
“Your conduct in the bestiality offences was repugnant,” Judge Terry Martin said. “You were clearly a willing participant in acts of sexual intercourse with the dog.”
When Driscoll’s lawyer asked for leniency because of Driscoll’s complaint of having been publicly shamed, the judge wasn’t interested in hearing about it stating the adverse publicity was a direct consequence of her unlawful conduct.
In addition to probation, Driscoll must undergo psychological and psychiatric treatment and cannot leave the state without permission. Had she been given the maximum sentence, she could have spent the next two-and-a-half years in prison.
(Photo via The Sun screenshot)
It is not clear if the dog has been removed from Driscoll’s home.