Woman Inspired Netflix Viral True Crime Docuseries “Don’t F*ck With Cats” is Accused of Murdering a Man and His Cat

I'm sure many of you remember the wildly  popular Netflix documentary "Don't F*ck With Cats." But just in case it slipped past your radar, this docuseries dives into the chilling tale of animal cruelty and murder carried out by Canadian pornographic actor Luka Magnotta.

Now, it seems this viral documentary has potentially inspired a string of murders equally as gruesome as  its predecessor. Reports have emerged of a woman in Oxford, England, who allegedly live-streamed herself committing the heinous act of killing a cat just months before she took the life of a man, whom she apparently stalked prior to the murder.

From Screenshot Media:

Scarlet Blake is said to have reportedly live-streamed herself killing a cat, just four months before she allegedly murdered a man. Blake followed her victim Jorge Martin Carreno as he walked home from a night out in Oxford in July 2021, according to Oxford Mail.

Carreno’s body was found at the Parsons Pleasure bathing spot in the River Cherwell. The reported cause of death indicated that the young man had contracted a blow to the back of his head before drowning.

According to the Crown Court, it took investigators two years to conclude that the victim did not die from an accident or by taking his own life but had in fact been attacked by Blake.
“He died because he encountered the defendant on that night. He died because he met a person who had a fixation with violence and with knowing what it would feel like to kill someone,” the prosecution stated. “The defendant was out on the streets of Oxford that night looking for a victim. She targeted him and took him to Parsons Pleasure, where she killed him, leaving his body to be discovered by others over 24 hours later.”

It was claimed that Blake, who previously went by the name of Alice Wang, derived intense sexual gratification from the thought of violence.

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