An Arizona worker alleged he was forced to have sex with a woman whose husband held him at gunpoint while she acted out a “sexual fantasy scenario,” according to the Smoking Gun.
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Brenda Acuna-Aguero and Jorge Murrieta-Valenzuela were arrested after reportedly picking up the unnamed man, who was looking for work outside a Phoenix, Ariz., Home Depot last week, and sexually assaulting him.
According to a police report, Acuna-Aguero lured the victim by telling him the couple needed help moving items in her home. She then allegedly “began to talk sexual to him and stated that it was her fantasy to have sex with a day laborer.”
The victim claimed to have awkwardly played along, then told Acuna-Aguero he wasn’t interested upon realizing she was serious.
That’s when, according to the report, Murrieta-Valenzuela entered the room with a black rifle, pressed the barrel against the laborer’s chest and told him “he was going to have sex with his wife or he would shoot him.”
Acuna-Aguero reportedly claimed the sex was consensual and her husband entered the room with a gun while she and the laborer were in the act. Murrieta-Valenzuela allegedly recorded Acuna-Aguero and the laborer, during which time he gave direction to the alleged victim.
“Cell phones from all the parties were recovered and information gathered from the cell phones confirmed the accounts of the victim and and the portion of the female suspects statement about the consensual sex,” according to the police report.
At the end of the sex act, the laborer alleges the kinky husband-wife team then took his Mexican visa and driver’s license and threatened to call his wife — whose number they got from his cell phone — if the man didn’t come back the next morning and have sex with Acuna-Aguero again.
After driving the laborer back to Home Depot, Murrieta-Valenzuela reportedly called him and ordered him to come back to the house and have sex with Acuna-Aguero again immediately. When the man declined, dirty photos of the laborer with Acuna-Aguero were sent to his wife as threatened. He then called police. Cops said they were able to identify Acuna-Aguero by “burns on her stomach and (a) bruise on her thigh” as described by the alleged victim.
According to Phoenix police, Murrieta-Valenzuela confessed he and his wife had done this with other laborers on four occasions. Cops claim to have found photographic evidence suggesting one such incident in March. They are not taking the situation lightly.
“Due to the nature of the offenses and the random nature of how the victim is chosen, Jorge and Brenda present a danger to the community,” according to the criminal complaint. “It is required that if a bond is granted for the defendants that it be a cash only bond.”