As stated by the Marshall County Sheriff’s Department, a woman going by the name of Holly Debord has been sentenced to jail after helping to create a distressing video that has since gone viral.
Debord is one of three people who are suspected to have helped with the concerning footage.
Who is Holly Debord?
37-year-old Holly Renae Debord is an Albertville woman reportedly sentenced to 99 years in prison.
Debord faces charges of sodomy and sexual torture, on top of a reported six-month bestiality charge.
The Alabama resident is allegedly linked to a viral 2020 video involving a mentally disabled man and an animal.
The video was made “in retaliation for what Debord called “snitching” to police”, according to this source.
Debord’s prison sentence explained
Holly Debord was reportedly sentenced by Marshall County Circuit Court Judge Christopher Abel.
Explaining the lengthy sentence, Assistant Marshall County District Attorney and lead prosecutor in the case, Jennifer Bray, told WHNT: “This is one case that was just physically repulsive.
“You know, it made your stomach churn watching these videos. It is so violent and so aggressive. And what they’re doing to this victim, again it’s just awful. Words can’t describe it.”
According to this source, Debord entered a guilty plea. This means she will spend a minimum of 10 years in prison or, on the other end of the spectrum, the rest of her life.
Other suspects arrested in connection to viral video
Debord didn’t create the video by herself.
As per AL, Van Christopher Havis, 55, received a mandatory sentence of life in prison without the possibility of parole on the same charges.
Likewise, a third suspect is reportedly being held in the Marshall County Jail on a $250,000 bond in connection to the case.