A WOMAN has been arrested on suspicion of arranging to have sex with a dog to “celebrate” the animal’s first birthday.
Rebekah Little is alleged to have used her Instagram page to find an animal with which she could commit bestiality at her home in Houston, Texas.
Rebekah Little is alleged to have arranged to have sex with a dog at her home in Texas[/caption]
The event was to “celebrate” the first birthday of the dog, Ryder[/caption]
In December 2017, she was contacted by Jerrid Cook, who said he and another man named Kevin Cook would bring their dog, Ryder, to the apartment to “have fun”.
Prosecutors say Jerrid wanted Ryder to “come in contact with human sexual organs as a birthday present”.
Court documents say the three met later that month, but that Ryder “was not cooperating” with the plan.
“He was too hyper, jumping everywhere,” the documents said.
Little, a real estate professional, told Houston Police that she didn’t ultimately have sex with the dog because she was too nervous, but that Jerrid and Kevin did.
Texas state law does not require that a human actually had sex with an animal before bestiality charges can be brought.
It is enough simply for the person to have planned and intended to have sex with an animal.
All three have now been charged with bestiality, although only Little is in custody.
Because Jerrid and Kevin, full details of their alleged actions have not been released.
Police have put out warrants for the arrest of the two man.
It is not clear whether Jerrid and Kevin Cook are related.
Texas only officially banned bestiality in 2017, and was the last US state to do so.
Texas state senator Carol Alvarado sponsored the bill that outlawed the behaviour.
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“I’m glad to see that it’s working,” she told CNN.
“It’s unfortunate that people are engaged in this kind of activity.”
Jerrid Cook, for whom an arrest warrant has been issued, contacted Little telling her he could bring his dog to her home to ‘have fun’[/caption]
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