Woman who admitted beastiality in Ariz. now faces sex charge in Fla.

KINGMAN, Ariz. — A woman shamed by publicity after admitting a penchant for beastiality in 2012 now faces charges of having sex with a 15-year-old boy in Florida.

Brittany Sonnier, 23, is charged with lewd and lascivious battery and contributing to the delinquency of a minor.

Police in Holly Hill, Fla., near Daytona Beach, began investigating March 30 when the boy’s father called to make a report. The teen later told investigators he and Sonnier had drunk beer, smoked marijuana and had sex six times on March 28 and 29, according to police reports.

Sonnier admitted smoking pot with the boy and having sex one time, police reports say, but she said her memory was cloudy because she was drunk. Sonnier told police she moved to Florida and assumed another name following publicity in Arizona after saying she’d had sex with dogs.

She tries to hideher problems through heavy drinking, police said.

Police in Lake Havasu City, Ariz., said in 2012 that Sonnier, then 20, admitted she’d been having sex with two family dogs for seven years. Initially charged with bestiality, her case was eventually dismissed as she accepted direction to get mental health counseling.

Her estranged boyfriend brought the matter to police when he and Sonnier were going through a breakup. The man went to police about the dog sex, indicating concern for the welfare of Sonnier’s then-11-month-old son.

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