Plenty of Fish killer, 18, is CAGED for strangling her date with sex toy cable while whispering ‘it’ll be ok’
A TEENAGE killer who strangled her Plenty of Fish date with the cable of a sex toy has been jailed for nine years.
Jamie Lee Dolheguy was 18 when she wrapped the cord around international student Maulin Rathod's neck during a choke play session at her home in Australia.
Dolheguy, now 21, was found guilty of manslaughter after luring Mr Rathod to her Melbourne home in July 2018.
The sick killer told her victim “It’ll be OK, it’ll be over” as she choked him, heard the Supreme Court of Victoria during her trial.
The pair had met on dating app Plenty of Fish and exchanged messages before Dolheguy convinced the Indian-born student to come to her house for sex.
Before her 24-year-old date arrived, Dolheguy went online and searched, “I’m going to kill someone tonight for fun”, “I’m going to kill someone tonight help” and “I want to commit murder”.
She also visited a website called “ten steps to commit a murder and get away with it”, reported local media.
The pair engaged in “choke play” when Mr Rathod arrived, with Dolheguy wrapping her arm around his neck from behind and applying pressure.
Although Mr Rathod used a "tapping" signal for her to stop, she kept hold of his neck.
She then wrapped the cable of a sex toy around his neck and tightened it, before calling the police for help.
Sentencing the killer to nine years in prison, Justice Almond added: “It is abundantly clear in your case that there was a degree of premeditation with respect to the act of violence. You had no sexual interest in Mr Rathod.
“You decided that strangulation would be quick and easy.”
Mr Rathod died in hospital the day after the horrendous attack, and his cousin had to identify his body and inform his parents in India.
“He is a victim of that girl trapping him,” parents Hiren and Jagruti Rathod had previously said in a statement.
“I just hope that justice is served so this does not happen to anyone else.”
He was totally trusting and unsuspecting
The court heard Dolheguy suffered extreme abuse and neglect at a young age, which had left her with a severe personality disorder.
She also felt no empathy or remorse for her victim, the judge said.
Justice Peter Almond saying: “You took the life of a young person who had done nothing to harm or provoke you. He was totally trusting and unsuspecting.”
Barrister Sharon Lacy had previously told the court that Dolheguy was “damaged” and her mind was “chaos” at the time of the killing.
Dolheguy was removed from her home at age 10 because of its horrific conditions and had two carers around the clock from the age of 14.
At the age of 18, her her 24-hour care was withdrawn and the disturbed teen was left to live alone.
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