Jenna Louise Driscoll outside the Brisbane Watch House in April. Photo: Robert Shakespeare
Jenna Louise Driscoll outside the Brisbane Watch House in April. Photo: Robert Shakespeare

Jenna Louise Driscoll 'bestiality' case adjourned

POLICE are close to finalising a brief of evidence against a woman charged with drug trafficking and having sex with a dog.

Jenna Louise Driscoll, 25, is charged with three counts of bestiality, along with possessing, supplying and trafficking dangerous drugs and unlawful wounding.

Ms Driscoll was arrested in October last year, and police investigating the drug claims allegedly found videos of her engaging in sex acts.

Ms Driscoll's lawyer Hellen​ Shilton​ said police evidence relating to the drug offences would be made available in coming weeks.

Some evidence had already been provided to the defence on August 14, she told the Brisbane Magistrates Court on Monday.

Read more at Brisbane Times


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