Justice for Family Dog Subjected to Alleged Sexual Abuse

Target: Amira Fox, State Attorney for the 20th Judicial Circuit of Florida

Goal: Ensure rigorous prosecution for individuals allegedly involved in animal abuse cases

A deeply unsettling case has emerged from Lee County, Florida, drawing widespread outrage and calls for justice. Allegedly, Samantha White, 26, and John White, 29, engaged in, and documented, sexual acts with their family dog, a shocking betrayal of trust and care owed to their pet. The reported abuse, coming to light after a thorough investigation, underscores a grave violation of both legal and moral responsibilities towards animals.

Further scrutiny reveals that the Whites owned multiple dogs, raising fears that more animals might have suffered similarly. Upon these allegations, Lee County Domestic Animal Services took immediate action, rescuing four dogs from the home for necessary medical assessments. This case, highlighted by Sheriff Carmine Marceno’s firm condemnation of the alleged acts, spotlights the urgent need for protective measures against animal cruelty and exploitation.

The necessity for legal action is clear. The alleged abuse not only reflects a reprehensible disregard for animal welfare but also challenges the community’s values. Prosecute the Whites to the fullest extent under the law, reinforcing the state’s stance against animal cruelty and ensuring justice for the voiceless victims of such alleged crimes.


Dear Attorney Amira Fox,

We, a concerned collective, write to you amid disturbing reports of alleged animal abuse within your jurisdiction. Samantha and John White, residents of North Fort Myers, are at the center of allegations involving sexual acts with their family dog, acts which they reportedly documented. This case, beyond its immediate horror, suggests a broader issue of animals in distress, potentially subjected to similar mistreatment under the Whites’ care.

The intervention by Lee County Domestic Animal Services, resulting in the rescue of four dogs, marks a crucial step towards addressing this alleged abuse. Nonetheless, these allegations must be met with a robust legal response. The actions described, violating both the spirit and letter of Senate Bill 344, demand not only societal condemnation but stringent legal repercussions. Our collective conscience is tested by such cases; thus, we look to your office for assurance that justice will be pursued with unwavering resolve.

We urge you to employ the full weight of your authority to ensure a thorough prosecution of the Whites, should the allegations hold true. Such a response is vital not only for the immediate welfare of the affected animals but also for the integrity of our legal and ethical standards regarding animal treatment. Let this case serve as a resolute statement against cruelty and a commitment to the welfare of all beings under our stewardship.


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  1. If the Whites get off and walk free, our entire legal system needs to be over hauled. These people are beyond hope. They need to be charged and face the law but, inFlorida, enforcement of the law is laughable when dealing with issues concerning animals. Animals are not high paying clients. Yet the total of our ability to live together in peace is challenged. No one wants to have their dogs raped! And this victim was the dog of the person raping him. Really this is disgusting. A mental evaluation is needed but prison is more needed. I don’t know how you do your jobs working with the scum of the earth.

  2. Sick twisted perverted subhuman scumbags that have no right in our society period!

  3. Irene Leggett says:

    Both of these heinous people need to be locked up for the protection of animals and humans as no doubt this vile, psychotic pair will start acting on vulnerable humans next especially CHILDREN, so lock them up and throw away the key.

  4. Harshest penallties for bestiality and animal cruelty please! I hope that some vigilante will come forward and shame them in public! So glad that these dogs have been rescued, they deserve to be safe and respected!

  5. Alice K Knight says:

    This is an abomination of cruelty. Stay within your own so-called adult species. These two individuals should be given the harshest penalty and be told they can never have any pets of any kind in their lives. How was this cruelty documented? I am hoping they did not distribute their heinous behaviour on film. I cannot believe what people do for entertainment at the expense of such innocent beings.

  6. Sherry Akridge says:

    These two monsters belong behind bars for a very long time. If they will rape animals, they will do anything. I am so sick of all of these psychopaths being allowed to roam the streets and live in society, and get a slap on their monster hands, then let loose to roam the streets again. You know they have been doing HORRIBLE things long before they were caught.
    These monsters do not deserve to breathe.

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