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Woman Forced To Have Sex With Dog

Woman Forced To Have Sex With Dog

( 4UMF NEWS ) Woman Forced To Have Sex With Dog:

A Massachusetts man is accused of holding a woman hostage for almost a week while he forced her to have sex with a dog, beat her and then repeatedly shot her up with heroin.

Justin Mustafa, 24, pleaded not guilty Monday to several assault-related charges in Falmouth District Court and remains held without bond, the Cape Cod Times reported.

A police report said Mustafa held the woman captive because he believed she was unfaithful while he was in jail.

The East Falmouth man had been sentenced in February 2012 to two years at the Barnstable County Correctional Facility on a charge of secretly filming his then-girlfriend while they had sex.

He was released early on probation. As part of his release, he is supposed to remain drug- and alcohol-free, and have no contact with the victim.

It’s unclear whether his ex-girlfriend is the person involved in the latest incident.

Mustafa allegedly abused the woman from June 28 to July 4. She was able to break free July 5 and go to a police station.

According to the report, the woman said she was beat several times, including once with a belt, and was injected against her will with heroin.

During one heated argument on July 1, Mustafa allegedly forced the woman to perform sex acts on a dog. He then filmed it on a cellphone and threatened to use it as blackmail, police said.

The Cape and Islands District Attorney’s Office didn’t immediately return a request for comment Wednesday.

Among the charges against Mustafa are assault with intent to murder, assault and battery with a dangerous weapon, bestiality and five counts of assault and battery with a hypodermic needle. He’s also accused of throwing the woman’s cellphone out of a moving vehicle.

A hearing is scheduled for Monday to determine whether Mustafa is a danger to the community and should remain jailed, the Cape Cod Times reported.