Vampire/werewolf hybrid in trouble with underage girl

<  Vampire/werewolf hybrid in trouble with underage girl

If the movie Underworld taught me anything, it’s vampire/werewolf hybrids are a bad idea. Never trust anyone who claims to be one.

A Pottsville, Pa., man convinced a 15-year-old girl he was part werewolf and part vampire before sexually assaulting her, police say. Kristian Allen Carl, 19, also believed he was supernatural, police say. “He convinced himself he was a hybrid – a combination werewolf and vampire,” Pottsville police Sgt. James Joos said. “He had convinced the girl he was, too.” To prove to police he was indeed a vampire/werewolf, Carl “showed me his canine teeth,” Joos said. “I let him know that all mammals, including humans, have canine teeth.” Joos said Carl also told police he had a “guardian dragon that protected him from evildoers.” Carl was charged with statutory sexual assault after admitting he had intercourse with the girl, who told police he was her boyfriend, on Nov. 14, according to an affidavit Joos filed with District Judge Charles Moran of Pottsville. Carl knew the girl’s age and was aware he could “get in trouble” for having sex with her, Joos wrote.

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3 Responses to “Vampire/werewolf hybrid in trouble with underage girl”


He’s a fool us vampires and werewolves arent meant to be mixed


you cannot judge all on one ;)..ment to be or not it happens

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Maybe it’s because I haven’t had my coffee yet, but I’m hoping that your comment is referring to the previous comment about hybrids, and not to statutory rapists…

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