Woman accused of decapitating, disfiguring sex partner pleads not guilty
A woman in Wisconsin pleaded not guilty Tuesday after she was accused of decapitating her sex partner and cutting off his penis into a bucket with a serrated bread knife.
Taylor Schabusiness, 24, is charged with first-degree intentional homicide, mutilating a corpse, and third-degree sexual assault, according to the Brown County Circuit Court.
Schabusiness allegedly suffocated Shad Thyrion, 25, to death in a Green Bay home before mutilating his corpse, authorities said.
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His body was found Feb. 23 when a woman said she uncovered her son’s head in a bucket.
Prior to Thyrion’s death and dismemberment, Schabusiness removed an electronic monitoring device she was ordered to wear for an unrelated crime, Brown County sheriff’s officials said.
A warrant was issued following the removal of the device, but authorities could not locate Schabusiness until after Thyrion’s death.
At the scene, officers found Thyrion’s “male organ” in a bucket, his upper torso stored in a storage tote, knives, and “body fluid.”
Schabusiness was found by police covered in dried blood, authorities said.
In her van, a Crockpot with human remains, including legs, was discovered.
Schabusiness said “that the police were going to have fun trying to find all of the organs,” according to a report.
She said she had smoked methamphetamine and went “crazy,” according to the report.
The crime evokes memories of the castration of John Wayne Bobbitt, who was disfigured by his wife Lorena in the early ’90s.
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Schabusiness has been found fit to stand trial, which is slated to start Oct. 24.