Miami Woman Arrested for Killing Animals While Engaging in Sexual Acts for Fetish Videos

Fetish – any object or non-genital part of the body that causes a habitual erotic response or fixation.

When most people think of erotic response or fixation, they’d probably associate such notions with sexual pleasure that involves another person. But, could you imagine a person having erotic thoughts about animals? As disturbing as it sounds, one woman actually did. Sara Zamora has taken fetish pornography to a disquieting extreme that most people wouldn’t even conjure in their nightmares.

According to the Miami Herald, the 28-year-0ld fetish model, who goes by the stage moniker Gloria Shynez, was actually filmed killing animals while engaging in sexual intercourse. The publication reports that Zamora was arrested on eight felony counts of animal cruelty for her dominant role in a fetish pornography film entitled SOS Barn. The graphic, gory footage features scenes that most people would find both heinous and disturbing. Zamora was seen “torturing and killing a wide variety of animals, including chickens, rabbits and more for the sexual gratification of its viewers,” reports Miami-Dade Police Department.

The police report indicated that the footage, categorized as “barnyard snuff,” was filmed at a South Miami-Dade residence owned by a man identified as Adam Redford. His involvement comes as no surprise since he has a history of entanglements where animal cruelty is concerned. Redford is currently on probation for his involvement in a 2013 case centralized around the heinous death and torturing of animals in Lee County, FL.

The report also chronicled one scene from SOS Barn in graphic detail. Zamora was reportedly groping a man’s genitals with her left hand while “repeatedly cutting a chicken’s neck using hedge clippers with her right.”

The People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA) informed detectives from Miami-Dade’s Agricultural Unit about the footage. Stephanie Bell, PETA Director of Cruelty Cases, also revealed that the organization was responsible for Redford’s conviction in the 2013 animal cruelty case. She also expressed that Zamora’s arrest was “excellent news,” as the organization has been waiting for her to be brought to justice for quite some time.

Zamora faces an estimated 40 years in prison – five years for each felony count of animal cruelty.

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