Amber Finney of Ohio, previously convicted of having sex with a dog is now charged with robbing a bank
Finney, 35, has been indicted on a robbery charge, accused of walking into a Chase Bank in February and demanding $1,000
Finney who was sentenced that year to jail time followed by five years of probation after being caught on video having sex with a dog, is on probation stemming from her 2017 no contest plea to the bestiality charge
Her continuing brushes with the law include a July 2018 arrest on charges of obstruction official business, possession of drug abuse instruments and paraphernalia
During her bestiality case Finney told cops the ‘sex with dog’ video posted online was a fake and that she had been drugged with something slipped into her drink
Finney made headlines in 2017 when she pled no contest to a charge of bestiality under Ohio’s newly enacted laws criminalizing sex with animals.
The conviction stemmed from a disturbing incident in which Finney, who has three paw prints tattooed on her left shoulder, was caught on video having a sexual encounter with a dog on New Year’s Day.
According to a report by WKBN-TV, when police came to arrest her in April 2017, a sobbing Finney told police the recording was a fake and that she had been drugged with something slipped into her drink.
Troubled life: In July 2018, Finney [photo], was also arrested on charges of obstruction official business, possession of drug abuse instruments and paraphernalia
Police first learned about the incident on January 24 when they began receiving complaints from Internet users claiming to have seen the video that featured Finney allegedly performing sex acts on a dog.
According to a criminal complaint, Finney ‘did knowingly engage in sexual conduct with an animal, or knowingly possess, sell or purchase and animal with the intent that it be subjected to sexual conduct.’
She was sentenced to six months in jail, of which she served 30 days, and was ordered to remain on probation through 2022.
In July 2018, Finney was arrested again on charges of obstruction official business, possession of drug abuse instruments and paraphernalia.