Jessica Lewis has been charged with first degree murder after she reportedly killed a man she had met online for sex. That sexual encounter went way downhill when she realized that she wasn’t prepared to handle her new lover’s equipment. Pulse News reports that the 34-year-old woman is accused of murdering the man because his penis was too large.
Lewis reportedly met Marteese Williams on Craigslist for sex through the “casual encounters” section of the notorious website. The sex apparently went as planned, but Marteese was reportedly too big for the woman, which caused her pains in her cervix. The pains led her to seek attention at a nearby hospital — but it’s not immediately known if her cervix actually suffered damage during the sexual rendezvous. Nonetheless, she told Marteese that his penis had damaged her, and she demanded that he pay for her medical bills.
The British woman wasn’t going to take no for an answer, according to Tranx News. When the man refused to pay her medical expenses, she drove to his house with a gun, where she reportedly shot him three times, killing him. Jessica Lewis claims that his large penis damaged her cervix, causing her to fear that she’d not be able to have children in the future.
Lewis isn’t the only woman to be in the news under such bizarre circumstances, but this has got to be one of the only times someone has been murdered for being well endowed. In 2013, the Huffington Post reported that an Indonesian woman killed her son because he had a small penis. Just recently, an Oregon woman named Haley Fox was arrested after she assaulted a man she met online. She reportedly cracked him in the head with a baseball bat because she didn’t want to date him — after he had traveled all the way from Alabama to meet her.
There is no telling what kind of fate awaits Jessica Lewis. She’s been charged with first degree murder in the U.K., which can get her life behind bars. There are other details in this case that haven’t been publicized, for sure. So it’s impossible to speculate on what may happen during this woman’s trial or if she’s even convicted. The alleged damage to her cervix has also never been proven publicly, but that does not necessarily mean that she made up the damage. Do you believe that this man’s large penis was really the motive for his murder?
[Photo: Metro UK via Pulse]