Girlfriend of Dating App Killer ‘Got Off intimately’ on Torture: Prosecutors

Bailey Boswell is on test for killing a Tinder date along with her boyfriend, a vampire sex cult leader that is self-proclaimed.

Pilar Melendez

Taney County Sheriff

Bailey Boswell, the lady accused of assisting her boyfriend strangle a wooed that is 24-year-old Tinder, “got off intimately” from talking about killing and torture, prosecutors alleged on Friday, while the bombshell test involving claims of a vampire intercourse cult began.

Boswell, 26, is faced with first-degree murder, conspiracy to commit murder, and disposal that is improper of stays on her behalf part when you look at the 2017 slaying and dismemberment of Sydney Loofe, a cashier at a Lincoln home-improvements shop.

Prosecutors allege Boswell conspired for months along with her boyfriend, Aubrey Trail, 52, to attract Loofe to her death.

Loofe had been missing for 19 times following the Tinder date before her human body had been present in garbage bags spread among ditches and farm areas in rural Nebraska.

Final July, Trail had been convicted of first-degree murder and conspiracy to commit murder after jurors heard from witnesses whom said the 52-year-old convinced his “cult” users he had been a flying, mind-reading vampire having a coven of a dozen witches—who he advertised would gain their capabilities by killing individuals.