Added: Mar 21, 2019
Chattanooga, Hamilton County, Tennessee. Jealous inamorata sets up her cockbearer for a consensual fetish, and then reports fake kidnap, torture and pee assaults of sorts. And because she did smell like pee, pussified police had sufficient "probable cause" to #BelieveTheWoman and arrest the man. Bleugh! We saw a similar case here
January 17, 2019
. Vindictive from not being treated like the all-knowing one and only princess, Kristen Taylor Pollis
came forward as Uncle Sam would have it, and accused a named man of victimizing her. She detailed that the man broke into her apartment in the early hours of the morning, woke her up, yelled at her, physically assaulted her before abducting her from her from the apartment. She claimed the man took her to a home in a named address where he continued to hold her against her will while physically assaulting and urinating on her. She alleged that the perpetrator suffocated her with pillows, tried to rip her jaws apart, choked her, and threw her down the stairs repeatedly, and at one point used a box cutter to carve an upside-down cross on his own chest. The fictim alleged she ran to a neighbor's house banging on the door for help, but the alleged male perpetrator caught her and carried her back inside the home. Eventually she managed to escape after her captor had "passed out drunk," according to court documents.
Following the report, rather than find more evidences, police assumed the position of their K9s and went by their noses. The female smelled like urine, they said, and so the officers concluded there was probable cause. The accused man was arrested and charged with kidnapping, aggravated domestic assault and aggravated burglary. He was booked in Hamilton County Jail on a $150,000 bond. Sounds familiar? if not, see this case here
However, as investigation went deeper, so were the inconsistencies in Kristen Pollis
' story. Police found no injuries on the accused, consistent with the alleged captor having carved an upside down cross on his chest. The neighbour whose door the fictim claimed to have banged on said he was home during the entire time of the alleged incident but heard no one screaming nor door-banging. Detectives obtained Kristen's medical report for January 19 indicating just one injury which does not corroborate the fictim's claims of having been tortured. Finally, detectives reviewed Instagram messages between Kristen Pollis
and the man she accused. Some of the messages suggest the two lovers discussed getting fetish with sexual urination, and the fictim showed a strong interest in "trying it out,"
. Additionally, 4 days before the falsely reported kidnapping, the fictim had threatened the man through social media due to jealousy and anger of him having sexual relationships with other women.
"I'M F**KING UR WHOLE WORLD UP TODAY,"
, she wrote, adding: "You're not going to hurt me without being burned again sorry.",
Kristen wrote, "again"
presumably refers to a 2017 incident in which Kristen Pollis
made a false domestic assault report against the same man.
In the early morning hours of the day of the alleged incident, the fictim also texted the accused, inviting him over to her apartment. A request to which the accused responded positively and complied accordingly, with no idea he was walking into a trap.
With all the facts gathered, police were confident to declare the kidnapping and torture a false report and a warrant was approved for the arrest of the fictim.
March 20, 2019
. 22 year-old Kristen Taylor Pollis
was arrested and charged with false reports. Her bond was set at $2,000 which she posted the same day and remained free. Meanwhile, after having spent two months in jail, the accused man's bond was reduced from $150,000 to $750. He is expected to be out soon.
NewsChannel 9 asked the attorney of the accused for comment and he responded with the old proverb: "A lie can travel halfway around the world before the truth can put its boots on."
This is unfortunately the adage our society has refused to reflect on, when it comes criminal accusations
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