Moment teen arrested for vile dog sex video too grim for cops to even discuss

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    A woman who allegedly had sex with a dog and posted “extremely graphic” videos to her social media was caught on camera being arrested.

    Denise Frazier, 19, was booked by Jones County Sheriff's Department (JCSD) in Mississippi, police announced on Wednesday (5 April).

    Footage shown by US station WDAM showed the moment she was taken by police after officers raided her home. Pictures also show her looking worried in the back of a police car.

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    One long-time cop who watched the vile videos said it was one of the “most disturbing cases” he’d ever seen.

    The teen, from Mississippi, US, faces up to 10 years in prison after she allegedly posted a video on Snapchat.

    In a TikTok video posted before her arrest the teen denied the accusations against her, writing "the only dawg I f***d was yo boy".

    Just one week ago, an Instagram account linked to the TikTok profile shared news that she bought a new puppy.

    Frazier has since been taken into County Adult Detention Facility on animal cruelty and unnatural intercourse charges, according to authorities.

    She made her first court appearance on Thursday and her bond was set at $25,000 (£20,000).

    The suspect has been told to stay away from animals until after her trial, according to WDAM.

    Animal cruelty in Mississippi is punishable up to six months in prison along with a fine.

    However, unnatural intercourse could see Frazier jailed for up to 10 years if she's found guilty of the charges.

    Sergeant JD Carter, from Jones County Sheriff's Department, said in a statement: "In my 17 years in law enforcement, this is one of the most disturbing cases that I've ever investigated.

    "JCSD is in possession of several videos that are so graphic that we are not at liberty to release them or even discuss the particular content.

    "The investigation into this case is far from over."

    According to police, Frazier claims she was forced to commit the disturbing and horrific acts. However, authorities said there is no evidence of this.

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