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Woman has sexual encounter with man before cutting off his head

AP PhotoJohn Raoux - 2022-03-02T161653.463

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A 24-year-old Wisconsin has been arrested for murder after she reportedly dismembered a victim stuck his severed head inside of a bucket.

Authorities say they were called to a Green Bay home on Feb. 23rd after a resident discovered a severed head in a bucket.

Investigators were able to identify the victim and was told that the last person to see him alive was Taylor Schabusiness.

Officials were able to make contact with Schabusiness at a nearby home, and noticed that she her clothes were covered in dry blood.

Police searched her van and found a crock pot box that contained human body parts, “including legs.”

When they asked Schabusiness what happened, she responded “That is a good question.”

She then went on to explain that she and the 25-year-old victim had been smoking methamphetamine in the basement. The two then began to have a sexual encounter that escalated to include the use of chains.

Schabusiness told police that they used two dog’s choke collars, one for her and one for him.

During the encounter, Schabusiness says she began strangling him with her bare hands. She told investigators that she could still feel his heart beating so she began squeezing harder.

She kept going as the man’s face turned purple and blood came out of his mouth.

After the victim passed away, Schabusiness told police that she continued to play with his body for “two to three hours” and began to dismember him.

A bread knife “worked the best,” she explained in a police interview, “because of the serrated blade.”

She then told police that she planned to take all of the body parts with her but became “lazy” and “paranoid,” but that she couldn’t believe that she left the head.

Schabusiness also reportedly asked investigators “if they knew what it was like to love something so much that you kill it.”

She has been charged with first-degree intentional homicide, mutilating a corpse, and third-degree sexual assault. If convicted, she faces life in prison.