The teenager who was arrested after allegedly having sex with a dog in a Snapchat video appears to have slammed people who are "cruel to animals".
Denise Frazier, 19, was arrested in Mississippi, US, earlier this year and charged with unnatural intercourse and aggravated cruelty to an animal.
An investigator said at the time: "We’ve never dealt with this particular type of case before, there are really no true words to describe it other than disgusting."
READ MORE: Teen 'arrested over vile dog sex video' inundated with support from sick Twitter users
Authorities said vile videos showed Frazier having sex with animals, including one video filmed at a church.
Frazier claimed she was "forced into the disturbing act by people who pay her to make pornographic videos", according to court documents
In the last few days a Twitter account (@DeniseSweet614) emerged purporting to be operated by Frazier. It shared videos of a woman who looks like her, stating the dates on which they were posted and making a number of disturbing statements.
Yesterday (Tuesday, June 6) a post from the account took aim at animal abusers, shockingly unaware of the hypocrisy.
It reads: "I’m thinking about becoming vegetarian. People are so cruel to animals. Anyways good morning."
It is not confirmed whether the @DeniseSweet614 account is Frazier's account or an extremely elaborate hoax. It has shared a link to an OnlyFans account, again purporting to be Frazier's.
Several people have replied to the Twitter account's posts with sick messages of support for Frazier.
Some examples include: "Love you baby girl." "We are with you Queen." "You're hot."
Below one of the account's tweets that reads "looking for pet friendly boyfriend/girlfriend", replies include: "Here I am!" "Right here." "Interested."
Non-explicit videos and photos of dogs have also been posted by the account.
Frazier previously appeared in court in April. Her bond was set at $25,000 (£20,108).
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