Animal Rights
Animal Rights

Miami Fetish Porn Star Accused Of Killing Chickens, Rabbits During Sex Acts

| by Sarah Fruchtnicht

A Miami woman was arrested Friday on eight counts of animal cruelty for her role in fetish pornography videos in which she allegedly decapitated chickens and tortured rabbits while engaging in sex acts.

Sara Zamora, 28, was a featured actress using the stage name “Gloria Shynez” in in several porn videos filmed in a house in Miami-Dade.

Police say Zamora repeatedly cut off the heads of live chickens and killed rabbits in the films while engaging in sex acts.

Her stage name appears on multiple websites stating that she is available for fetish, nude or custom modeling, according to LisTwns.com. “My middle-eastern look distinguishes from many models and I am so excited to see what fun, beautiful shots we create together!” she writes on her web profile at Model Mayhem.

The videos are part of an animal torture genre called “crush," which often includes animals being tortured and crushed to death by a woman’s bare feet or high heels.

“The chicken is enduring extreme pain and suffering during this process,” says the arrest report.

A clip of Zamora’s film “SOS Barn” shows her groping a man’s genitals with one hand and “repeatedly cutting a chicken’s neck using hedge clippers with her right,” according to police.

In another she wears “a sexy outfit” as she beats chickens to death with a wooden stick.

In one film, she karate-chops rabbits, which scream out in pain, and later admitted to investigators that she killed them.

The home where they were filmed belongs to Adam Redford, according to the police report. He is listed as a co-defendant in the case and is on probation for similar animal cruelty charges in Lee County.

Redford was not charged in the case Friday and says he knows nothing about Zamora’s case.

“I haven’t seen or talked to her in close to a year,” Redford said.

Miami-Dade police learned of the videos from the animal rights group PETA.

Stephanie Bell, director of cruelty cases for PETA, said Zamora’s arrest is “excellent news. We have been waiting for this.”

Bell says PETA is also responsible for tipping off Lee County police in Redford’s case as well.

“It’s certainly horrifying. I mean these are sadistic people inflicting gruesome suffering on innocent and vulnerable and helpless animals,” Bell said. “These videos are unfortunately in demand and it’s hard to fathom that anyone would produce or enjoy them."

Zamora was already in jail on charges including grand-theft with a firearm, credit card fraud, possession of a fictitious driver’s license and cocaine possession, when she was charged with animal cruelty.

“I’m glad I didn’t have breakfast because I would have puked all over the place,” defense attorney Theodore Mastos, who used to prosecute pornography cases in the 1970s, said Friday. “It was disgusting.”

Sources: LisTwns.com, CBS Miami