The chilling real-life crime inspired by 's Don't F**k with Cats: How ... trends now

The chilling real-life crime inspired by 's Don't F**k with Cats: How ... trends now
The chilling real-life crime inspired by Netflix's Don't F**k with Cats: How ... trends now

The chilling real-life crime inspired by Netflix's Don't F**k with Cats: How ... trends now

A sick picture captures transgender killer Scarlet Blake relishing the moment she puts a cat in a blender before carrying out a twisted murder in a chilling echo of a Netflix true crime documentary. 

Blake, 26, live-streamed the killing and dissection of a cat four months before she targeted Jorge Martin Carreno, 30, as he walked home from a night out in Oxford in July 2021.

Harrowing audio released by police revealed how Blake said 'one day I want to learn how to do this to a person' after killing the cat.

She had admitted dissecting the animal, removing the fur and skin and placing it in a blender but blames her former partner Ashlynn Bell.

The court previously heard Blake had an 'extreme interest in death and in harm' and killed the family pet after watching a Netflix documentary called Don't F*** With Cats: Hunting An Internet Killer.

The true crime show tells the story of how Luka Magnotta, who killed kittens before murdering student Jun Lin, was brought to justice.

Before stabbing Jun Lin to death with a screwdriver, Magnotta films himself putting two kittens in a translucent plastic storage bag, switching on a vacuum cleaner and sucking out all the air until they died.

After posting the footage on the internet as a sick boast, Magnotta catches the attention of internet sleuths who launch a crowd-sourced amateur investigation to find the animal torturer.

Prosecutors say that Blake's cat killing was relevant to the murder trial as it shows she had a 'disturbing interest in what it would be like to harm a living creature'. 

A sick picture captures transgender killer Scarlet Blake relishing the moment she puts a cat in a blender

A sick picture captures transgender killer Scarlet Blake relishing the moment she puts a cat in a blender

Netflix true crime documentary Don't F*** with Cats tells the story of how Luka Magnotta, who killed kittens before murdering a student, was brought to justice

Netflix true crime documentary Don't F*** with Cats tells the story of how Luka Magnotta, who killed kittens before murdering a student, was brought to justice

Four months before the killing Blake live-streamed killing a cat and putting it in a blender having been inspired by the hit Netflix series 'Don't F*** with Cats'

Four months before the killing Blake live-streamed killing a cat and putting it in a blender having been inspired by the hit Netflix series 'Don't F*** with Cats'

BMW worker Mr Carreno (pictured) had been on a night out when he was approached by Blake. She claims to have left him at the riverside unharmed

BMW worker Mr Carreno (pictured) had been on a night out when he was approached by Blake. She claims to have left him at the riverside unharmed

Blake claimed Bell (pictured) had been manipulating her and she had been terrified for her safety unless she complied

Blake claimed Bell (pictured) had been manipulating her and she had been terrified for her safety unless she complied

The court previously heard Blake had an 'extreme interest in death and in harm' and killed the family pet after watching a Netflix documentary called Don't F*** With Cats: Hunting An Internet Killer

The court previously heard Blake had an 'extreme interest in death and in harm' and killed the family pet after watching a Netflix documentary called Don't F*** With Cats: Hunting An Internet Killer

Prosecutors said Blake had deliberately set out to kill after previously revelling in the slaughter and dissection of a neighbour's cat.

While her death obsessed partner Bell watched from her home in the US, Blake live streamed cutting up the cat while it was still

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