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On the ‘Depravity of Humankind’ Scale, the Repulsive Crime She Is Accused of Deserves Its Own Entry


“It was disgusting.”

Sara Zamora, 28. (Image source: Miami-Dade Police via Miami Herald)

A Miami woman was arrested by authorities Friday after police say she killed several chickens and rabbits while having sex in an animal torture pornographic video.

Sara Zamora, 28, was charged with eight felony counts of animal cruelty for her role in "SOS Barn," according to the Miami Herald.

According to police, the video shows her and other pornographic actresses torturing and killing the animals for the "sexual gratification of its viewers."

Sara Zamora, 28. (Image source: Miami-Dade Police via Miami Herald) Sara Zamora, 28. (Image source: Miami-Dade Police via Miami Herald)

In one clip, she allegedly gropes a man's genitals with her left hand while "repeatedly cutting a chicken's neck using hedge clippers with her right." Another clip allegedly shows her in a "sexy outfit" cutting the head off a screaming bird while beating a chicken to death with a wooden stick.

“The chicken is enduring extreme pain and suffering during this process,” the arrest report said, according to the Miami Herald.

In another gruesome scene, the 28-year-old allegedly karate chopped rabbits as they screamed in pain.

Police arrested her while she was already in jail for failing a drug probation test. She has previously been charged for a litany of other offenses, including grand theft with a firearm, credit card fraud and cocaine possession, WTVJ reported.

On a website, the Miami Herald reports she advertised her services.

“My middle-eastern look distinguishes from many models and I am so excited to see what fun, beautiful shots we create together!” Zomora wrote.

Miami-Dade prosecutor Jason Pizzo says what she did is among the worst he has ever seen. Even Zamora's defense attorney said what he saw was repulsive.

“I’m glad I didn’t have breakfast because I would have puked all over the place,” Theodore Mastos said. “It was disgusting.”

If convicted, Zamora can potentially face up to five years in prison for each count of animal cruelty.

This article has been amended after incorrectly attributing a quote to prosecutor Jason Pizzo instead of defense attorney Theodore Mastos.

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