Denise Frazier launches a salacious tirade in a TikTok video and denies having sex with a dog outside a church in Mississippi
A POPULAR TikToker accused of having sex with a dog has denied the allegations in a blatant rant on the platform.
Denise Frazier, 19, was arrested by Mississippi police last week on animal cruelty charges.
“In my 17 years in law enforcement, this is one of the most disturbing cases I have ever investigated,” said Sgt. JD Carter of the Jones County Sheriff’s Department.
“For all the b***hes that have some nerve to say I f**kin my dawg… how close,” Frazier wrote of a clip posted to her account in February.
“The only dude I fucked was your boy so stop saying it if it’s not true!!” She said.
“Only my true friends would stand up for me!! All I have to say is fuck it!!”
It’s not clear if Frazier filed an official plea deal at this point.
Police said they received videos of the abuse circulating on Snapchat, and many commenters on Frazier’s clip reported seeing them.
“I HAVE THE VIDEO LMAOOOO DON’T LIE,” said one viewer.
“We don’t say we see it,” said another.
“Girl forgot digital footprints existed,” said another commenter.
Frazier hasn’t posted anything to her account since February 24, nine days after her tirade was uploaded.
If convicted, the TikToker faces up to 10 years in prison.
Last week, police said they believe the clip of the alleged crime was filmed in a parking lot outside Freedom Baptist Church in Frazier’s hometown of Myrick, about 40 miles northwest of Hattiesburg.
It shows Frazier and a male dog, police said, but they haven’t released many other details.
“JCSD owns several videos that are so graphic that we are not permitted to publish them or even discuss their content,” Carter said.
“The investigations in this case are far from over.”
Frazier has claimed she was “threatened” and coerced into the disturbing act “by people who paid her to make pornographic videos,” court documents say.
“There is no evidence to support this claim, but we are investigating,” JCSD investigator Sergeant JD Carter told the local outlet.