Woman Shot In Vagina During Sex Game Gone Wrong

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A woman suffered life-changing injuries to her genital area when her male lover shot her in a sexual fantasy gone horrifically wrong.

After the fleeing the hotel where the pair had met up, he has subsequently been jailed for a ten years.

David Jeffers fled form their room, leaving the female – who cannot be named for legal reasons – dying on the the bed, after a loaded shotgun, which had been inserted into her vagina, was mistakenly fired.

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A few days prior to the incident, the female had communicated with Jeffers to talk about her sexual desires, sending one message that read:

I can’t sleep, so excited.

The 46-year-old female victim suffered critical injuries, to her bladder and reproductive organs, reports The Telegraph.

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On the evening of January 30, earlier this year, the couple consumed drink and drugs before engaging in sexual activity and a short while after, inserted the loaded shotgun into her genital area where it is agreed, his hand was on the trigger when it went off.

Jeffers claims to have found the firearm in the toilet of the Wetherspoon’s pub at Leeds train station.

As the victim lay naked on the bed, Jeffers got dressed before fleeing the hotel – although he did phone reception to inform the manager a woman had been shot – before making his way home to Leeds.

When an employee went to the the victim she was heard to say:

I am in agony, I am going to die.

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After being rushed to Manchester Royal Infirmary with multiple gun shot pellets in the abdomen, she received emergency surgery which saved her life.

In hospital she told staff that Jeffers was a ‘bad man’ who tried to ‘blow her insides out’.

Yesterday in court, Jeffers, who was due to stand trial for attempted murder, pleaded guilty to possession of a firearm with intent to endanger life after it emerged that the victim had agreed to take part in the act as part of her own sexual fantasy.

He received a 10 year custodial sentence for what a judge described as ‘a sexual fantasy with dreadful consequences’.

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Prosecuting, Peter Wright QC, said:

The defendant is 47 years of age and falls to be sentenced upon count three of the indictment. The victim is 46 years of age and was employed in the Stockport area which was some distance from her home and would regularly stay over at the Britannia.

Text messages between the two confirmed this was an intimate relationship. The defendant had access to a loaded fire arm which has never been found.

From text messages received from his sister’s phone it would appear that the defendant was no stranger to the possession of a loaded fire arm – whether the text message related to the fire arm used that evening it is not possible to say but acquisition of this fire arm was not by chance.

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He continued:

Drugs and alcohol had been consumed by both of them and tests confirmed the presence of cocaine in the victim’s system and there is CCTV footage of the pair purchasing spirits from a nearby off license that evening.

There was consensual sex and at some stage the defendant inserted the loaded firearm into her vagina which was then discharged, casing catastrophic internal injuries.

As she lay grievously injured the defendant dressed and took with him the firearm and his mobile phone, using the room phone to dial reception and request an ambulance indicating that a female had been shot. He then left the hotel by the rear exit where he then fled to Leeds making no further enquiries about his victim’s well-being.

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Brings a whole new meaning to the term safe-sex.

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