Jasha Lottin is a naked woman inspired by Star Wars who gets into a dead horse and her partner John Frost gave her company
A naked lady claimed she was inspired by Star Wars after entering the carcass of a horse she had just killed and butchered.
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Jasha Lottin (21), of Oregon, shared horrific photographs of herself online after she and lover John Frost shot the 32-year-old horse “humanely” while he was in poor health.
Ms. Jasha Lottin explained that she climbed into the horse for two reasons. She claimed to have been inspired to crawl inside by a Star Wars scene and that she wanted to be “at one with the horse.”
Her partner photographed her bloody 21-year-old Portland woman attempting to eat a piece of the dead horse, which was disturbing.
The scene in Star Wars where Luke Skywalker climbs into a dead animal inspired me when I was 21 years old. According to the Seattle Weekly, she got the idea after seeing Empire Strikes Back. She claimed she had no idea why people were so concerned about her activities.
According to the ‘aspiring model and nudist,’ Han Solo used his lightsaber to open an animal and place Luke Skywalker inside.
It was because Luke perished as a result of the cold. Ms Jasha Lottin maintained that her actions were not religious in nature and that she had no intention of offending anyone.
Although the pair were not charged with any crimes, the images were investigated by authorities. The pair, according to Washington County authorities, did not break the law.
Not only is there a snapshot of the little woman (5’6′′ and 119lbs) beaming from the horse’s inside. A different photograph depicts her bloody body in front of it.
The animal’s heart is likewise held by the woman and her partner. A fourth shot shows them pretending to eat the piece while holding it in front of each other.
Sergeant Dave Thompson of Washington County expressed his surprise at the graphic evidence.
“At some point in your career, you think yes, I’ve seen a lot of awful stuff,” he explained. But when you see a picture like this, you realise you haven’t seen all.”