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Florida Escort Arrested for Trying to Bite Off Client's Penis

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A bit of tooth can ruin a good blowjob. Entirely too much tooth can land you behind bars on attempted murder charges.

Priscilla Vaughn, a 29-year-old Orange County escort, was arrested Tuesday morning after allegedly attacking a client and attempting to bite off his genitals.

The victim had hired Vaughn earlier in the evening. After grabbing a bite of actual food, the two retired to the Crestwood Suites to get down to business. They began drinking alcohol, and Vaughn took some Ecstasy.

According to the Orlando Sentinel, the two then got frisky, but Vaughn turned aggressive. The victim later told police that he believed Vaughn was trying to literally eat his penis and testicles. The victim was unable to get Vaughn off of him, and she took his phone when he tried to call for help.

Several hotel guests, however, heard "screaming and growling" sounds coming from the room and called 911.

Police arrived to find the victim covered in blood, with "significant" bite marks on his junk. He also sustained injuries to his stomach, legs, chest, and fingers.

Vaughn was naked and had blood smeared all over her face. She "growled and snarled" at officers when they arrived.

The hotel room was trashed, and police found several blood stains. A sex toy with severe bite marks was also found. Something tells us this case isn't just the result of the involuntary teeth-clenching side effect of doing MDMA.

Vaughn was arrested on charges of second-degree attempted murder, false imprisonment, and tampering with a victim's ability to contact police.

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