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Porn Stars Amanda Logue, Jason Andrews Indicted for Murder

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By Tanya Roth, Esq. on July 16, 2010 5:06 PM

The case of the murdering porn stars is a modern day, twisted morality tale, overflowing with bad guys, and with even the victim caught in the mire. Variously described as a lingerie shop owner, a model, a porn star and a prostitute, murder suspect Amanda Logue and her gay-porn star-DJ-boyfriend, Jason Andrews, are behind bars and awaiting trial. The couple is charged in the bludgeoning and stabbing death of tattoo artist Dennis "Scooter" Abrahamsen.

The report by the Associated Press in the Macon Telegraph reveals a story that reads like a thrill killing - with sex, porn and theft mixed in for good measure. The married Logue hooked up with dream-boy Andrews on the set of a porn video late last year and fell in love. At some point thereafter, they allegedly concocted the plan to kill Abrahamsen.

"I'm so glad you're really committed to this take. Keep eyes for a knife, etc for me!" Andrews texted Logue shortly before the slaying. Allegedly hired to work at a sex party at Abrahamsen's house, Logue had an entry. The AP reports Florida police say the pair killed Abrahamsen in the early morning of May 15, and for good measure swiped $6,000 cash, his credit cards and a video camera.

The pair was busted May 18, in a neighboring Florida county after trying to use Abrahamsen's credit card at a Home Depot. It took no time at all for Logue to roll over on her true love. According to an affidavit, "Logue told (the detective) that Andrews grabbed the back of her hair then twisted her arm behind her back. Andrews forced her to view Abrahamsen's crushed skull and told her that's what would happen to her if she told anyone." Doesn't that ring about as true as Logue's hair color?

If there is any moral at all to this dreadful story, it is that texting your intent to kill shortly before a murder takes place will not help you later. Little snippets such as, "Just get him on his face either bash or tell me to get in and. (sic) Where to go," (an Andrews text) help make the case for pre-mediation fairly clear. And it looks like it did. Both Andrews and Logue were indicted for murder in the first-degree by a grand jury. (not quite) The End.

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