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Kara VandereykLas Vegas, NV — Police in Las vegas have arrested 23-year-old Kara Vandereyk after they say she was caught having sex with a pit bull in the yard of her home.

Police say that on Tuesday, they observed Vandereyk engaging in a sex act with a pit bull in the backyard of her home, within full view of her neighbors and anyone passing by. According to the arrest report, when Vandereyk noticed the approaching officers, she said, “Hi,” and began fondling the dog.

The report also said Vandereyk appeared to be on drugs or mentally ill. She told the officers that she has bipolar disorder and didn’t know her name, the year or the name of the president. She also admitted to taking prescription medication but wasn’t sure if she was on them at the time.

After police gave her a blanket to cover up with, as she was completely nude, a neighbor gave her some clothing to wear. Kara Vandereyk was charged with open and gross lewdness, as I’m pretty sure Nevada doesn’t have any laws against having sex with your dog, and taken to the Clark County jail. The dog was taken by animal control officers.

Some people commenting on the various news articles about this incident say this woman describe seeing Vandereyk begging for money in the downtown area and that she has mental issues. Some seem to be disgusted that news outlets are reporting on this and publishing Vandereyk’s name and picture, especially since she is mentally ill.

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  • http://www.facebook.com/jack.clark.98478 Jack Clark

    cops report that when she was busted,he track on her IPOD was … http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OSqW-ZKF_8g

  • Sam

    “Some seem to be disgusted that news outlets are reporting on this and publishing Vandereyk’s name and picture, especially since she is mentally ill.”

    So they all knew she wasn’t all there but just left her to wallow in the gutter instead of trying to get her help? This might not be the most elegant way, but at least her issues are well advertised now and she may have found her way on somebody’s radar, somebody who will actually help her.

  • OutOfBubbleGum

    So, it’s legal to eat a Pit Beef sandwich but not a Pit Bull?

  • Sam

    I guess the streets are a lot like prison. You have to keep the top bitch happy to make sure you’re taken care of yourself.

  • OutOfBubbleGum

    “Police say that on Tuesday, they observed Vandereyk “engaging” in a sex act with a pit bull …”

    Why is Nevade so backward? Doesn’t “engaging,” mean that the couple plan to get married?

  • newstarshipsmell

    They didn’t charge her with breeding dogs without a license?

  • 18th40

    Even at DD stories like these should be a reminder of the seriousness of mental illness. We should really just sit and stay, in one place for a second and think of our lives and reflect on how we live, all chasing our tails like this. It’s time to just paws, go visit the seniors home, treat the kids to ice-cream or hell even just take the Lab out back for a quickie, I mean really this story is howling out for a little kindness, now go lay down, you’ll feel better.

  • G.I.R.L.

    Well, now she’ll get some help, hopefully. I wonder if she lived alone or with another.

  • http://www.facebook.com/chasity.lawson.3 Chasity Lawson

    She’s on meth… You can tell that from the sores on her face.

  • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=1156526963 Robert F. Savio

    The Pit Bull, however would make no comment on the alleged incident, referring all inquires to his attorney.

  • CT

    Is the dog OK? I’m worried about the dog. These kinds of things leave scars that last a lifetime.

  • tkaz

    This made my day in more way than I can say. :)

  • Athena

    I don’t think you’re from America, so I’ll mention that mental health care is rather difficult to come by, here, and practically impossible to get for an ailing relative, much less a total stranger. Being charged with a crime is probably the best thing that could have happened to this woman, as that is often the only means by which one gets mental health attention.

  • Athena

    Yep. I tend to wonder if she’s suffering from amphetamine-induced psychosis. Shit’s no joke, and her behavior fits.

  • Patrick Richardson

    What did they arrest the dog for?

  • Buffettgirl

    It could be a paranoid schizophrenic/meth combo. My oldest brother (46 yrs old) is paranoid schizophrenic and he self medicates with marijuana. Not such a good plan as it tends to intensify the paranoia. Especially not such a good plan as he is also chemically allergic to marijuana. He’s never been violent, but he’s pulled some interesting stunts. I feel so sad for this young lady, she truly looks to be suffering from something mental…

  • Buffettgirl

    SQUIRREL!!!

  • Kasie K

    You are right. Until the legal authorities get involved, and they get a “record” the mentally ill are ignored in our society.

  • CT

    Down boy.

  • http://www.truecrimereport.com CallMeMister

    Beastiality

  • t0ofly

    My aunt works at the justice center in my city doing computer work. I asked her awhile back if anything bizarre was going on that didn’t make the news. She told me one of the stranger things she has noticed is all the people caught having sex with animals. She said it’s normally women and for whatever reason it is almost always a pit bull that they choose to have sex with.

    That’s all.

  • Athena

    Definitely a possibility. She is of the age that it often surfaces.

    I had a relative who suffered from the amphetamine-induced variety (it was how I discovered just how hard it is to get mental health care for the uninsured). Mood swings, delusions, paranoid delusions, obsession, generally bizarre behavior, aggression… We had taken him in because we wanted to help him (but had no idea in the beginning just how far gone he was). I’ve never been so scared of someone in my life. Eventually fitted the bedroom door with a dead bolt and spent a lot of my time at home in there. And we never were able to get him help. Professionals kept telling us he was going to have to get arrested for anything meaningful to happen.

  • Buffettgirl

    And it’s not like the arrest ever leads to real help either. Sure, maybe a 72 hour hold, but by then, they’ve had some meds and start acting like everything is good again and get released. Been there with my brother too… it’s a real hoot checking your brother into the psych ward by your self on New Year’s Day as an 18 year old because the rest of the family just can’t do it again… Thankfully I’ve never had to be scared of him, just for him.

  • Andyman

    If she IS bi-polar I’m thinking her meth use isn’t helping things any, if that’s what those sores on her face are from, which seems plausible. I’m glad that shit didn’t get popular until way after I was a kid. I wouldn’t touch that crap with a 10 foot pole.

  • JohnQknowitall

    Pit Bull lovers sure do love their Pit Bulls.

  • nena454

    I am more surprised that it didn’t happen in Florida. Then what actually happened. Poor woman she really needs help and that poor dog will be traumatized for life. I still for the life of me can’t and don’t want to picture how this is possible.

  • Athena

    We weren’t even able to do that. Here in Washington, it’s practically impossible to get someone involuntarily committed, even for just outpatient services. It has to be court ordered, and they adhere to “likelihood of serious harm or gravely disabled” standard.

  • Abroad

    Your question engaged my attention, – in one of the other meanings of the word…..

  • salad

    always wanted to live a dogs life…

  • Evan Oswald

    wait is that a picture of the dog or the broad?

  • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=100004581520434 Evildino Six Six Six

    I kinda feel sorry for her. . . she’s mentally I’ll and No one to keep an eye on her. . .

  • Buffettgirl

    Suddenly giggled myself silly sitting at my desk in-putting a couple of orders when “Bow chica bow wow” went through my head… I spend too much time here I think! ;-)

  • JGo555

    Police cockblocked that dog.

  • LeaveMeBe

    You’re still my buddy on the bus, right?

  • LeaveMeBe

    LMFAO! Carrie <3

  • LeaveMeBe

    Once you have a Pit, you don’t wanna quit.
    (I cannot believe I just typed that.)

  • Whatevn

    I do feel bad if she does have metal disorders. Schizophrenia is no joke. Someone I am related to has done sexual things she is almost too ashamed to talk about even in private years later.

  • Evan Oswald

    due to schizophrenia she did those things?

  • Buffettgirl

    Love my down vote! Who down votes squirrel anyway? ;-)

  • Buffettgirl

    Oh DAMN!!! THAT was brilliant! Thanks, I may have just peed a little sitting here at my desk!

  • Guest

    Mental health care’s not that easy to get IF you are insured.

  • PureDrivenSnow

    It’s not that easy to get mental health care if you ARE insured.

  • come_and_see

    Dog on girl = mental illness, Guy on dog = creep. o_o

  • http://www.facebook.com/steve.p.davis.1 Steve Paige Davis

    Generally when someone is at the point they are exhibiting amphetamine psychosis they also usually have organic brain damage of one type or another-usually necrosis of the brain tissue. What people who work in mental health are starting to find out the hard way(as these people began landing in county jails and mental health facilities) is that there isn’t really anything they can do to help these people except put them on tons of downers or just knock them out. Once someone has been doing meth for a long enough time to get psychosis most treatments no longer work on them. Their brain chemistry is so changed/damaged that nothing helps. My partner has been seeing these people where he works for decades now. even very intense treatments like ECT don’t help. Even people who haven’t reached the psychotic stage often complain things like anti-depressants and mood drugs don’t really help-because the neural pathways these drugs need to work are not there or functionally inoperable. Sad that many of these people are also mentally ill so it invalidates the effectiveness of what might have been used to help them in the first place. Of course no one who is doing meth ever thinks about these effects.

  • 18th40

    Accountants I’ll wager, those bastards will down vote anything.

  • 18th40

    But of course, if we ever get keys back from SB ; )

  • Athena

    Yikes. That’s a little farther in than I had ever looked into it (luckily, the relative in my situation recovered for the most part), and it’s absolutely terrifying. On one hand, I think to myself, “This should be part of standardized drug education everywhere.” On the other hand I think, “The ‘It won’t happen to me’ force is strong within those who try meth to begin with.”

    Sad, sad, sad.

  • BEastDuo

    You know we are really far gone when the answer to mental health issues “Oh, let him do something crazy, and maybe violent so he can be arrested and get help”

  • techsupp0rt

    It is kinda fucked up if she is actually mentally ill (as opposed to being a junkie, which is not typically an accident). Even if she gets help, she’s completely screwed now.

  • creamofflicka

    Isn’t that the guy form Skid Row?

  • Whatevn

    Yes. I dont want to go into detail but, basically her mind wasn’t with her. No shame. No care. She felt like doing it so she did.

  • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=1616336316 Mary Mahi Mahi

    Chasity hit pay dirt. Meth That explains it! The pit bull was sober not on drugs after all sex is sex!

  • VXIII

    Tragedy is that the mental health help she will receive will probobly just consist of staying locked up in jail and given meds, not the real help she needs, dont know how nevada is but that would be the case in cali and many other states…

  • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_XA4RDSRSUX3XRSCPRR7XNGSPUQ Joshua

    I don’t like the idea that public humiliation of a truly mentally ill person is the method of delivery for “help”.

    If she ever does get the help she needs and tries to get a job her prospective employer will just google her name and find out she fucked a dog and was once a crazy person. Once these reports became public any happy future she might have had evaporated.

  • Heather_Habilatory

    Dude. I had a pitbull. Not once did I ever look at him and think “I;d tap that.” *shudders in revulsion* Fuck.

  • boo

    Only white people seem to do this…not surprise.