Woman bites off rapist's penis, runs naked down street soaked in blood looking for shelter

Dennis Glenn Slaton, 61, reportedly threatened the woman by holding a knife to her throat before she managed to escape.


                            Woman bites off rapist's penis, runs naked down street soaked in blood looking for shelter

Officials reported how a woman chopped off a man's penis during a reported sexual assault at a residence in South Carolina. Dennis Glenn Slaton was stabbed by the accuser, who cannot be named for legal reasons before she escaped naked and soaked in blood and found refuge at a nearby Waffle House, Greenville News reports. 

Slaton, 61, said his accuser "bit off his penis" and that he was hospitalized for weeks due to his injuries. However, he has “denied the accusations against him", as per the report.

According to an arrest warrant from the Greenville County Sheriff’s Office, the incident occurred after the woman reportedly paid Slaton to take her somewhere on August 8. Slaton allegedly started driving the opposite way and threatened the woman by holding a knife to her throat, the police said. 

According to officials, Slaton forced the woman into his house after refusing to let her out of the car, where he sexually assaulted her “until she was able to fight."

“During the assault, the woman severed Slaton’s penis, used the knife he threatened her with to stab him in the buttocks, and ran as he chased her through the house”, the report said.

According to WSPA, the victim managed to get away and ran across the neighborhood to ask for help. “It was pretty bad, pretty tragic, what happened to me”, Slaton told Greenville News. "If things had not transpired as they had, I would have been found here at my house dead.”

He faces charges of first-degree criminal sexual conduct and kidnap, as per court records.

That said, Slaton is a registered sex offender with multiple prior convictions in Georgia and South Carolina for attempted rape, sodomy and “peeping, voyeurism, or aggravated voyeurism,” since 1989. 

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