Michigan woman who bit off female friend's ear claims she was wolf and her victim a vampire in apparent 'sex game'
Allison Thompson Weaver, 44, was found partially in the nude and covered in blood as she lay on top of her female friend, 48.
A Michigan woman has been charged after she allegedly strangled and bit off her friend's ear before telling authorities she was playing a wolf and her victim was a vampire.
Allison Thompson Weaver, 44, was found partially in the nude and covered in blood as she lay on top of her female friend, 48, in an Oakland County apartment last month, WTAE reports.
Responding officers found the victim with a partially detached ear along with puncture wounds from nails and bruising around her neck and arms.
"Ms. Weaver told me that they were having consensual sex and that [the victim] was a vampire and that Ms. Weaver was the wolf," Officer Deputy Shawn Hopkins, who responded to the scene, testified in court.
In the early hours of September 17, police responded to a call from a neighbor in the apartment below who reported that two women were fighting and one was heard moaning and crying for help.
When police arrived, they found Weaver hovering over the victim, who cannot be named for legal reasons, in the master bedroom. Both were covered in blood.
Officers said the victim, who had several bite marks on her face, had her ear partially bitten off by Weaver.
"They saw the two women covered in blood," Oakland County Sheriff's Office Sgt. Jason Dalbec said. "One was lying on the floor. Another was kneeling next to her, and they're both in this dazed and confused [state]."
According to Deputy Hopkins, the victim has denied the alleged attack was part of consensual sex. "She said no. Based on the injuries, the blood, we weren't sure exactly what we had at the point," he said. "[Weaver] was taken into custody and removed from the room to protect any further happening."
Meanwhile, the victim testified that she was sleeping when Weaver attacked her out of the blue.
"I remember her strangling me. The next thing I remember is trying to get away and hearing her, as clear as day, with no reflection in her tone, just saying, 'Sorry [name], but you're gonna have to die today,'" she said. "I just started screaming bloody murder and banging on the floor, [saying], 'No, no, no. I can't believe I'm going to die like this. Someone come and please help, help, help.'"
That said, police believe Weaver had been drinking the previous night and revealed they recovered unknown drugs from the scene.
Now, the 44-year-old has been charged with second-degree criminal sexual conduct, assault with intent to do great bodily harm and assault with intent to main and assault by strangulation.
"This is very unusual," said Sgt. Dalbec. "This is one of those cases that will be once in a lifetime for deputies."