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A Montana woman broke into a man’s house with a machete, ordered him to take off his clothes and forced him to have sex with her, police said.
Samantha Ray Mears, 19, was charged Friday with two felonies — aggravated burglary and assault with a weapon — as well as several misdemeanors for the incident at her ex-boyfriend’s Great Falls home, according to the Great Falls Tribune.
Mears reportedly broke into her ex of seven years’ house Friday while he was away. When he returned, she confronted him with the large knife, demanded that he take off all his clothes and ordered him to lie on his bed.
Fearing bodily harm, the victim complied and she proceeded to remove her pants and climb on top of him.
Mears then began to engage him in sexual intercourse — all while still holding the machete.
When he tried to get her to stop, Mears refused and bit him on the arm, according to KFBB.
After she finished, she sat naked on the bed, brandishing the weapon. At that point, the victim was able to take several photos of her, which he turned over to the police as evidence.
When an argument ensued soon after, an enraged Mears ripped a piece of trim from the victim’s wall and deliberately urinated in his bed, according to KFBB.
The ex-boyfriend was able to alert the authorities after claiming he needed to call a friend, then escaping from the room to dial 911.
According to the Tribune, Mears was also arrested in April after a previous argument at the victim’s home where she grabbed his hair, hit him in the face and attempted to strangle him.
The state has also filed a restraining order against the defendant, according to KFBB.
It's like stone crab season around here.
Crab says "y'all motherfuckers take a claw every year, so here, just take it"!!
Damn, Homey... you are taking me back over 20 years!!!
Lyudmila Pavlichenko, 309 confirmed kills.Lots of people know how to shoot...
That bunch knew how to shoot. More importantly, they had what it takes to shoot at men. They knew how to hunt on a battlefield. They knew how to operate with ruthless efficiency in an utterly horrendous battle space with no creature comforts. Most importantly, they knew how to survive those environments.
Some tough, skilled soldiers right there.
I’d love to know what happened to them after the war... how did their Soviet paradise treat them under Stalin... Khrushchev... Brescznev... and if any lived into the Post Soviet days... how did their pensions keep them alive? USSR vets were treated like crap... wonder how these snipers fared?
Sorry OP - I just went through this three weeks ago tomorrow... Hole in our hearts for sure. Remember the good times!!!
I don't understand, Isn't it the muslims that want to push Israel off the map and retake their land?
Col Joe Jackson. WWII, Korea, and Vietnam vet. Started as enlisted in the Army Air Corps, and earned the MOH as a C-123 pilot in the Air Force. Genuinely humble and approachable. I was lucky enough to listen to him speak many years ago. The world lost another great person a couple months ago when he passed.