Rachael Alexis Harris, 19, and her husband, 23-year-old Corey Dean Harris, of Curwensville, were taken into custody on Tuesday after the man's sister came forward with evidence of the suspected bestiality.
According to a probable cause affidavit, which offer graphic details of the case, the Pennsylvania State Police launched an investigation into the couple two weeks ago after Corey Harris’ sister brought her brother's camera allegedly containing animal sex videos to a local SPCA office.
SPCA officials alerted the authorities, who then obtained a search warrant to review the contents of the Canon PowerShot camera.
What the state troopers discovered on the device, according to the court document, were four videos that showed Rachael Harris trying to have sex with her dog.
The affidavit, cited by The Smoking Gun, describes in explicit terms how the 19-year-old newlywed was seen in the videos 'attempting manipulation of the dog's penis into her vagina.'
Mrs Harris was also allegedly observed in the footage 'attempting to allow the dog to perform oral sex on her vagina' and 'masturbating the dog with her hand in a rapid motion back and forth.'
All four bestiality videos were recorded by Rachael's husband, according to the affidavit.
State troopers believe the videos were made in late September at the Harrises' home in Curwensville, a town located about 100 miles from Pittsburgh.
Harris’ sister was able to identify her brother as the cameraman by his voice and his clothing seen in the videos.
According to Gant Daily, Rachael Harris was charged on Tuesday with four counts of produce/present/direct obscene performance; three counts each of criminal attempt-sexual intercourse with animal and conspiracy-sexual intercourse with animal; and four counts of cruelty to animals.
Her husband was charged with charged with four counts of produce/present/direct obscene performance and three counts of conspiracy-cruelty to animals.
|State troopers believe the videos were made in late September|
at the Harrises' home in Curwensville, a town located about
100 miles from Pittsburgh, PA.
After being charged this week, Rachael Harris updated her Facebook page with an image containing the words “Hakuna matata.” The Swahili phrase, made popular by “The Lion King,” roughly translates to “no worries.”
The Independent Journal Review reported that according to her Facebook page, which has since been deleted, Rachael married Corey Harris in January 2016.
(Daily Mail - Dec 16, 2016)