Saturday, 27 April 2013

Did Elizabeth Marriott volunteer for rough threesome sex

Did Elizabeth Marriott volunteer for rough threesome sex, The disappearance of Elizabeth Marriott remains unsolved, even though officials have indicted Seth Mazzaglia in her murder (along with his girlfriend). It's alleged that he strangled Lizzie with a rope, and his girlfriend Kathryn McDonough assisted. On April 26, 2013 Seacoast Online shared the sentiment of Lizzie's parents -- who refuse to believe that she willingly had three way sex with Mazzaglia and McDonough.

Lizzie Marriott, a UNH coed, vanished six months ago. It was almost immediately revealed via rumor that she might have died during a threesome with Mazzaglia and McDonough -- something that the loved ones of the missing woman did not receive easily. Now they're speaking out and saying that these claims are "salacious." They're acting as the collective voice for Lizzie, since she currently doesn't have one for herself, seeing as though she is presumed dead. They allege (as do court documents) that Seth Mazzaglia and Kathryn (Kat) McDonough essentially forced themselves on Lizzie Marriott before she was strangled to death, stuffed in a suitcase and tossed into the Piscataqua River.

On the other hand, the accused duo assert that Elizabeth Marriott was a willing partner in rough group sex, and her death occurred by accident -- possibly by Mazzaglia not knowing his own strength, or something to that effect. This is highly possible, as autoerotic asphyxiation is a known sexual practice that has led to accidental deaths both in masturbatory incidents as well as sexual encounters between one or more partners. It's likely that the couple covered up the death and disposed of Lizzie in a state of fear, afraid of facing jail for an accidental death.

Elizabeth was a health college coed, so to assume that she'd absolutely not involve herself sexually with multiple partners is just being dishonest. Nobody knows what happens in the "bedrooms" of others, and it's likely that Seth and Kat are telling the truth. In the court of law, they will be either proved innocent or guilty. That's all that matters.

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