Ex-stripper accused of sexually abusing boy, dog lands 20 years behind bars


A New Orleans ex-stripper who was accused of sexually abusing a 4-year-old boy and having intercourse with a dog has been sentenced to 20 years in jail.

Angeline Lodice, 33, of Old Jefferson pleaded responsible Monday to forcible rape, possession of youngster pornography involving a juvenile beneath 13 and sexual battery, in line with court docket data cited by NOLA.com.

Lodice — who deputies stated beforehand labored as a stripper at a Bourbon Street membership in New Orleans — had been jailed since her October 2014 arrest after the boy’s father contacted sheriff’s officers.

The boy’s father alleged that Lodice’s cousin gave him movies and images exhibiting her performing oral intercourse on the 4-year-old someday between late 2012 and October 2014. She was indicted by a grand jury in February 2015, NOLA.com previously reported.

When grilled by investigators, Lodice confessed to being the lady within the photographs and movies however claimed she had been drugged on the time. She additionally insisted she couldn’t determine the kid within the disturbing photographs and clips, an arrest affidavit exhibits.

Another video reviewed by authorities confirmed Lodice having intercourse with a dog, in line with the arrest affidavit. Jefferson Parish prosecutors finally didn’t pursue fees for the reason that incident occurred in St. Landry Parish, NOLA.com reported.

As half of a plea deal, the aggravated rape depend towards Lodice was decreased to forcible rape. She confronted a compulsory life sentence if discovered responsible of the previous cost. A decide finally sentenced her to 20 years for forcible rape, in addition to possession of youngster pornography.

The decide additionally sentenced Lodice, who should register as a intercourse offender, to 10 years for sexual battery, which she’ll serve concurrently with no parole or probation, NOLA.com reported.

In 2015, a lawyer for Lodice stated she deliberate to plead not responsible by motive of madness and would endure psychiatric and psychological evaluations.