Monster who allegedly raped, strangled girlfriend’s 14-year-old daughter before chopping up her body in sick sex fantasy watched ‘violent pornography’ to prepare for horrific attack

The man accused of raping and murdering his girlfriend’s intellectually disabled teen daughter reportedly admitted to police that he considers himself a “closeted rapist,” and a witness claims he watched violent pornography to prepare for the heinous act.

Jacob Sullivan and his girlfriend Sara Packer, Grace Packer’s mother, are awaiting trial for the murder of 14-year-old Grace. As CrimeOnline previously reported, the couple is accused of bring Grace to their home in rural Pennsylvania, where Sullivan allegedly drugged and raped the teen in July 2016 while her mother watched, as part of a premeditated sexual fantasy fulfillment. They then allegedly stuffed Grace in a hot closet overnight, expecting her to die. When they found her alive the next morning, Sullivan allegedly strangled her to death.

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The couple left her body packed with cat litter for months, until they became worried that police may be on to them. They then allegedly chopped her into pieces in the bathtub and tossed her into a remote wooded area, where hunters found the remains on Halloween last year.

Sullivan has reportedly confessed to the crime and provided law enforcement with some of the horrifying details. According to the Morning Call, a woman who was in a polyamorous relationship with the suspects, Katherine Allbright, says that Sullivan had repeatedly watched a violent pornographic video depicting rape before he and Packer allegedly attacked Grace.

As CrimeOnline previously reported, Sullivan told detectives he took Viagra in preparation for the violent act. According to the latest report, Sullivan told police he was a “closeted rapist.”

Sullivan and Packer were hospitalized earlier this year for a suicide attempt. Shortly after, Sullivan reportedly confessed to his participation in the crime. Still, both suspects have pleaded not guilty.

Prosecutors are seeking the death penalty for Sullivan and may ask for the same for Packer. Their trial is scheduled for April 2018.

 

[Feature photo: Police handout/Grace Packer]