Mar 6, 2012: Animal Hoarding Suspect Reportedly 'Pimped Herself Out' for Hay
A disturbing case of animal hoarding has been reported out of Eastern Washington state. Nearly 100 large animals were seized from a property in Elk during an animal cruelty investigation. The animals alone are the main reason that the case is making news, but there was a strange twist to it when the suspect began talking to authorities about the animals.
According to KREM.com, 35-year-old Michelle Stiner was having trouble taking care of all the animals and that several ended up dead under suspicious circumstances. When selling some of her goats to pay for hay didn't bring in enough to feed all of the animals, Stiner reportedly used difference measures to "earn" hay. Court documents of the investigation indicate that Stiner was "pimping herself out" to get hay and that she was "performing sexual acts for people" as well..." More
Feb 27, 2012: Cost of care adding up for animals rescued in Elk farm raid
by Othello Richards