Man Rape Drunk Girlfriend, Live-Stream On Internet
What a bastard he is!
Phoenix police arrested a 20-year-old man Monday on suspicion of raping an unconscious woman live on the Internet.
Although the alleged sexual assault was broadcast Feb. 26 on a Web site for live streaming video and chat, Phoenix police have only recently gotten an incomplete recording of it.
Johnathon Richard Hock of Surprise turned himself in and is in jail without bail, booked on suspicion of kidnapping, sexual assault and surreptitious photographing.
The Tribune is withholding the 20-year-old alleged victim’s name and the name of the Web site. As of Tuesday afternoon, images of the woman could still be found on the site.
A visit to the Web site shows that Hock regularly posted there and he had a live show.
According to a search warrant affidavit, Hock and the woman were drinking at a gathering in a Phoenix home Feb. 25 when she decided to go to bed about midnight.
At 5 a.m. Feb. 26, Hock went into her bedroom and set up a laptop with a camera built in and signed onto the Web site and proceeded to rape her, according to the search warrant affidavit. The young woman slept through the 30-minute episode.
A viewer in Lafayette, La., called the Arizona Department of Public Safety to report the rape.
“She said while he was doing this he was laughing and making comments,” the affidavit states. “She said (Hock) made comments about how the victim would never know what was happening to her because she was ‘passed out.’”
The alleged victim’s roommate signed onto a second Web site that is associated with the livestream site and found still photos of her passed out and Hock lying beside her.