Teenage Bride Accused of Making Animal Sex Videos in Pennsylvania

A teenage bride in Pennsylvania has been accused of making a sex video involving her dog. GANT News reports that Rachael Harris, 19, and her husband Corey were arrested on December 13th. The couple lives in Curwensville, a town about 100 miles east of Pittsburgh.

Graphic documents in the case, provided by GANT News, show that Corey Harris’s sister, Sheila, brought a camera to the Pennsylvania State Police on November 28th. Video on that device allegedly showed Rachael Harris “attempting to have sexual intercourse with the dog by getting on top of the dog.”

The criminal affidavit continues, alleging that Rachael Harris attempted “to allow the dog to perform oral sex on her vagina.” Documents add that she tried to “masturbate” the animal.

Sheila Harris identified her sister-in-law and her brother in the video to officers. Sheila Harris identified Corey Harris through his pants and belt.

GANT News reports that the couple will appear in court on January 11th. They’re facing four counts of obscene performance and three counts of animal cruelty.

According to her Facebook page, Rachael Harris married Corey Harris in January 2016. She’s from Woodland, Pennslylvania. Her profile photo shows her with a baby. The couple lives in Curwensville together. One commenter on Corey Harris’s Facebook announcement that he had married wrote, “Wow, that was fast.”

Harris lists his favorite quote as:

There’s gonna be some stuff you gonna see thats gonna make it hard to smile in the future, but through whatever you see, through all the rain and the pain you gotta keep your sense of humor. you gotta be able to smile through all this bulls***… remember that.

The quote is paraphrased from a Tupac Shakur song titled “Smile.”

The Harrises could face up to two years in prison on the animal cruelty charges, according to the Pennsylvania SPCA.

Editor’s note: This article was updated after publication.

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