A Montana judge sentenced a 20-year-old woman to 20 years behind bars after she was convicted of lying in wait for her ex-boyfriend with a machete, then forcing him to have sex with her until he no longer could.
The assailant, Samantha Mears, hid behind her ex’s bedroom door and waited for him to come home, at which point she held her weapon to his neck, according to a June 2018 police report posted by The Smoking Gun.
Police say she then “ordered (the victim) to get on the bed and remove his clothes” and he “complied with her demands for fear of her safety.”
She allegedly ended her attack when the victim, who reportedly had a bite mark on his arm when police arrived, was no longer physically able to comply.
Following the assault, Mears is said to have “intentionally urinated herself while sitting on the bed,” causing $600 damage.
The victim’s sister entered the home while the assault was taking place and received a text from her brother telling her to leave. He later called police to report the crime, according to the report.
Mears initially told police the sex was consensual, but the arrest report also indicated she “was not making much sense” and replied to questions with unrelated answers.
According to the the Great Falls Tribune, Mears was initially determined unfit to stand trial for psychological reasons and remanded to a state mental hospital for a 60-day evaluation. She was then ruled mentally competent despite suffering from a “mental disease of defect.”
Mears was sentenced Tuesday.
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