An Australian mother was indicted on May 11 for having sex with a dog and being involved in drug trafficking.
In October 2014, police were searching through Jenna Louise Driscoll’s cellphone for evidence of drug dealing, the Daily Mail reports.
Instead, they reportedly found a recording of her engaging in acts of bestiality. Police say they found three videos of Driscoll having sex with a dog.
She has now been officially indicted with drug-trafficking and bestiality charges.
In April 2015, she faced another warrant for her arrest when she failed to show up to court over the same case, the Brisbane Times reports. At the time, Driscoll explained she did not know she was expected in court that day.
"She accepts she should have been more proactive in getting the details from the court," Driscoll’s defense counsel, Kate McArthur, said.
She was eventually granted bail and given a $185 fine. That didn’t stop her from getting in trouble again. Around the same time, Driscoll reportedly hit a photographer with a plastic bottle and yelled at him to "f--- off."
Driscoll reportedly has a young daughter and was working toward completing a diploma in business management as of April 2015.
Driscoll is just one of many reportedly caught engaging in acts of bestiality.
In April, a 39-year-old New York man was in court after his girlfriend reportedly caught him on video having sex with her dog, the New York Daily News reports.
“The dog was hiding in the house,” said the 43-year-old anonymous owner, of her dog, Princess. “She never hides. I had a feeling there was something going on in my house.”
While she said she found it disturbing, she had compassion for her boyfriend.
“It’s sick,” she said. “I confronted him ... To be honest, he’s not a bad guy. He’s probably been doing this a long time, since he was little. He needs help.”