Men deny snake sex assault

10:29, January 21, 2011      

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Two men in the US state of Wisconsin accused of sexually assaulting a 32-year-old woman with a live snake have pleaded not guilty.

John D Bullock, 24, and Damonta D Jones, 25, entered the pleas January 3 in Eau Claire County Court.

According to the criminal complaint the victim, the woman told police she was at Jones' residence in the early morning hours of November 11 with Jones, Bullock and two friends. The group was drinking alcohol and dancing. At one point one of the friends left the residence while the second went to take a shower. Jones then invited the woman into a bedroom to see his children's pictures.

When she walked into the bedroom, the woman said she was struck in the head with an unknown object and thrown on the floor before blacking out.

The woman said the next thing she remembered was Jones holding her while Bullock sexually assaulted her.

Jones then said, "I'm going to get the snake," and the woman said it was used to sexually assault her.

She also believes the snake may have bitten her because she felt a sharp pain. Bullock told police he had sexual contact with the woman but that it was consensual.

Source: Global Times
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