Ohio Teen Marina Lonina Claims She Livestreamed on Periscope 10-Minute Rape of her Girlfriend for “Evidence”
AND IS YOU BELIEVE THAT ONE I HAVE A BRIDGE TO SELL YOU …
18 year old Marina Lonina, the individual charged with rape, kidnapping, sexual battery and pandering sexual matter involving a minor claims that she recorded the sexual assault of her friend as evidence. SERIOUSLY? Lonina pleaded not guilty Friday on all charges as the judge set her bond at $125,000. So let’s get this correct, she didn’t stop the rape, she didn’t call the police, the 18 year old sicko livestreamed the actual rape on the social media app Periscope for evidence to be used later. As they uesed to say on the detective shoe Baretta, don’t do the crime if you can’t do the time. You missy need to be sent away for a long time.
Ron O’Brien, the Franklin County prosecutor, said in remarks to the local news media, “I have never seen a case such as this where you would actually live-stream a sexual assault.” O’Brien said Ms. Lonina had apparently hoped that live-streaming the attack would help to stop it, but that she became enthralled by positive feedback online. He further went on to say, “She got caught up in the likes.” UNREAL.
An 18-year-old Ohio woman accused of livestreaming the rape of her 17-year-old friend with a social media app was trying to record the assault as evidence, the woman’s attorney said recently in a defense a prosecutor flatly dismissed.
Marina Lonina pleaded not guilty Friday to multiple charges including rape, kidnapping, sexual battery and pandering sexual matter involving a minor. A judge set bond at $125,000 for Lonina, a student at New Albany High School, outside Columbus.
Her co-defendant, Raymond Gates, 29, also pleaded not guilty, with a judge setting his bond at $300,000. A public defender representing Gates did not comment about the allegations.
Lonina and her friend – who attends the same high school – met Gates at a Columbus mall for the first time the day before where he bought them a bottle of vodka and encouraged them to meet him the following day, her lawyer Sam Shamansky said.
He acknowledged his client filmed the February assault of her intoxicated friend but said she was trying to get the girl out of the house where the attack happened.