Florida Woman Filmed Sex With Dogs For Boyfriend

A Florida woman has been arrested on accusations that she had sexual intercourse with her dogs, and there is even video evidence against her. The Huffington Post reports that 21-year-old Miranda Johns admitted to the sexually indecent behavior with her own pets, and even went as far as to talk about her plans to try an even bigger dog.

The Florida woman was arrested on Monday after authorities found several sexually explicit videos on the phone belonging to her boyfriend. This bizarre discovery was made while they were investigating an unrelated case in which her boyfriend was accused of sexually assaulting her. Kurtz Villavicencio told police that he did not sexually batter the 21-year-old woman, and showed them the multiple videos that Johns allegedly sent to him.

At least one police officer witnessed numerous video clips that showed the Florida woman engaging in sexual contact with her dogs. During several of the videos she allegedly lets the dogs perform oral sex on her. In at least one other video she allegedly attempts to get one of the dogs to "penetrate her vagina with his erect penis."

Miranda Johns told Florida authorities that her boyfriend had encouraged her to send the photos and videos of herself having sex with her dogs. She also told police that she and Villavicencio had planned on finding a bigger dog for her to have sex with as well.

This isn't the first time someone from Florida has been accused of sex with animals. Last year an 18-year-old Bradenton woman was arrested after she admitted to taking "selfies" of herself having sexual contact with a pit bull. The Florida woman was charged with two counts of sexual activity with animals. In 2012 a Florida woman by the name of Brittany Sonnier was accused of having sex with a dog while she was in the state of Arizona. She moved back to Florida where she later faced accusations of having sex with a teenage boy.

Ashley Miller via Bradenton Police
Ashley Miller via Bradenton Police

This latest Florida bestiality case has attracted a lot of attention on social media with people expressing disgust and outrage about the possibility of a woman "sexually assaulting" her own pets. Meanwhile, others have spoken out in defense of the Florida woman, declaring that her actions didn't hurt her animals, and that what she allegedly did has "caused no harm."

Miranda Johns has been charged with three misdemeanor counts of sexual contact with animals. She was able to post bond in the amount of just $6,000, and has been released from jail while she awaits her trial. Meanwhile, the Florida woman's mugshot is being spread all over social media with discussion surrounding the lurid details of the crime she is accused of committing.Do you think people who have sex with animals are suffering from some kind of sexual addiction? Or are they doing no harm by having sexual contact with their pets?

[Photo via Collier County Sheriff's Office/Miranda Johns mugshot]