Saturday, September 10, 2011

Bizarrestuff Honors Vow To Publish The Bizarre, No Matter How Bizarre

When BizarreStuff was inaugurated, in October, 2008, the blog made a pledge to itself and to its readers never to shy from the truly bizarre, no matter how horrifying and disgusting. That's why it did not cringe at reporting a woman in Melbourne, Australia, who unwittingly ate her own feces, disguised as a dollop of chocolate on her ice cream dessert served at an upscale restaurant in that city. Nor did BS back off publishing the story of a man videotaped by his neighbor having sex with his own patio table or a man caught pleasuring himself with the vacuum cleaner at a car wash, and the man who carried on an incestuous sexual affair for years with his sister, or a man who deliberately decapitated himself with a metal cable wrapped around his neck.

At first blush, BizarreStuff was so disgusted and appalled by the following story that its initial impulse was to ignore it. But it is so bizarre, so outside the realm of human conception, that BizarreStuff was compelled to add it to our long list of the truly bizarre. Fortunately, BizarreStuff has no accompanying video to show here, although apparently a video of the heinous act was made. So here is the sorry tale.

Ohio mother charged with raping infant son

Sep 10 2011

COLUMBUS, Ohio — An Ohio woman is accused of raping her 10-month-old son, videotaping it and sending it to her Michigan boyfriend.

Ashley N. Jessup, 24, was indicted in Columbus on Thursday on two counts of rape, one count of child endangerment and one count of pandering sexually-oriented material involving a minor.

Franklin County Prosecutor Ron O'Brien says the rape charge could land her life in prison.

O'Brien tells The Columbus Dispatch ( that Jessup emailed the videos to her boyfriend in Battle Creek, Mich., where his ex-girlfriend discovered them and contacted police.

Jessup is being held in the Franklin County Correctional Center in lieu of $1 million bond. Court documents do not list an attorney for her.

The newspaper reported that it wasn't immediately clear who has custody of the child.

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