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Tuscaloosa County woman sexually assaults unconscious man while laughing

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Jennifer Marie Johnson
Pictured, Tuscaloos County woman, Jennifer Marie Johnson
Jennifer Marie Johnson
Pictured, Tuscaloosa County woman, Jennifer Marie Johnson

Jennifer Marie Johnson a Tuscaloosa County, Alabama woman charged with sexually torturing a man while unconscious and under the influence of GHB. 

Tuscaloosa County, Alabama woman has been charged for sexually torturing a man who was unconscious from a date rape drug after police uncovered explicit videos on her phone, court documents filed Thursday alleged.

Police arrested Jennifer Marie Johnson, 36, of Northport on suspicion of driving a stolen car last month. While searching her phone they said they found videos of her laughing while sodomizing the bound, unconscious victim with a sex toy, according to The Tuscaloosa News.

“The victim was physically helpless at the time of the assault,” an investigator with the Tuscaloosa Violent Crimes Unit wrote in a report. “The victim was also bound with duct tape around his mouth, wrists and ankles.”

‘The victim does not regain consciousness during or after the incident,’ the report continued describing the incident deduced to have occurred in March incident, according to AL.com. Investigators were also able to identify and speak to the alleged victim who is in his mid-20s.

‘If you scoop out and talk about stealing my homeboy’s truck, this is definitely what I’m going to do to you,’ a laughing Johnson is heard at one point saying according to the investigator’s report.

The date rape drug was later identified as GHB– known to be popular within the nightclub party crowd and known for its euphoric effects.

GHB is a central nervous system depressant used as an intoxicant posts wikipedia.

In small doses, GHB has the effects of a stimulant. The drug, however, is actually a central nervous system (CNS) depressant. Users claim that it gives them the relaxing effects of alcohol without the loss in coordination, slurred speech, or hangover. However, in high enough doses, it can cause someone to fall unconscious. Its effects are amplified when mixed with alcohol and can make a user fall unconscious within minutes.

Police arrest report notes Johnson already being in jail for allegedly buying a stolen car upon being charged.

Not immediately clear is whether Johnson knew her victim at the time of the assault and the nature fo their relationship.

Johnson remains in custody pending bond set at $80,000.

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