When Feisty, a male Pit Bull attacked the woman Ian Summers had brought home for sex, the 30-year-old self-proclaimed “dog expert” ran out and closed the door. Summers knew the dog was dangerous, reports the Orlando Sentinel.
Orange County sheriff’s deputies stated in their arrest report that the Pit Bull mauled Robin Johnson, a known prostitute,” nearly to death.” An officer who arrived at the home at 1415 30th St, Orlando, described the scene as “blood and human flesh in the living room and drag marks from when witnesses pulled the woman to safety.”
Summers claims that the Pit Bull belonged to a man who wasn’t home at the time and that he had to introduce the dog to Johnson because “he is very aggressive and has bitten five people over the last month,” according to the arrest report. But Feisty attacked Robin Johnson as soon as he saw her, and Summers ran from the house.
“When he attacked I did not want to be anywhere near that dog. He scares the death out of me," Summers told deputies, according to the Sentinel. He said his plan was to run to a nearby fire station. A witness and another visitor at the home dragged the woman into a bedroom to get her away from the dog. The witness said she didn’t hear Summers say he was going for help when he fled the house.
Robin Johnson was taken to Orlando Regional Medical Center with life-threatening injuries and could lose her arm and both of her legs as a result of the savage mauling.
Summers was arrested for culpable negligence. He listed himself as a "dog expert" on his arrest record and knew the dog was dangerous but still brought the woman into the home, deputies stated in their report. Summers is being held at the Orange County jail.