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The chilling real-life crime inspired by Netflix’s Don’t F**k with Cats: How trans predator live streamed killing a cat in a blender before carrying out twisted murder in echo of notorious Luka Magnotta

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Sick image captures transgender killer Scarlet Blake enjoying the moment she puts a cat in a blender

This is the moment smiling Scarlet Blake enjoys putting a cat in a blender before carrying out a twisted murder in a chilling echo of a Netflix true crime documentary.

Blake, 26, livestreamed the killing and dissection of a cat four months before attacking Jorge Martín Carreño, 30, as he walked home from a night out in Oxford in July 2021.

Heartbreaking audio released by police revealed how Blake said “one day I want to learn how to do this to a person” after killing the cat.

She admitted to dissecting the animal, removing its fur and skin and placing it in a blender, but blames her ex-partner Ashlynn Bell.

The court previously heard Blake had an “extreme interest in death and harm” and killed the family pet after watching a Netflix documentary called Don’t F*** With Cats: Hunting An Internet Killer.

The true crime show tells the story of how Luka Magnotta, who killed kittens before murdering student Jun Lin, was brought to justice.

Before stabbing Jun Lin to death with a screwdriver, Magnotta films himself putting two kittens in a translucent plastic bag, turning on a vacuum cleaner, and sucking out all the air until they die.

After posting the images on the Internet as a sick boast, Magnotta catches the attention of Internet sleuths who begin a crowdsourced amateur investigation to find the animal torturer.

Prosecutors say the killing of Blake’s cat was relevant to the murder trial because it shows she had a “disquieting interest in what it would be like to harm a living creature.”

Sick image captures transgender killer Scarlet Blake enjoying the moment she puts a cat in a blender

Sick image captures transgender killer Scarlet Blake enjoying the moment she puts a cat in a blender

The Netflix true crime documentary Don't F*** with Cats tells the story of how Luka Magnotta, who killed kittens before murdering a student, was brought to justice.

The Netflix true crime documentary Don't F*** with Cats tells the story of how Luka Magnotta, who killed kittens before murdering a student, was brought to justice.

Netflix’s true crime documentary Don’t F*** with Cats tells the story of how Luka Magnotta, who killed kittens before murdering a student, was brought to justice.

Four months before the murder, Blake live-streamed killing a cat and putting it in a blender, taking inspiration from the hit Netflix series 'Don't F*** with Cats'.

Four months before the murder, Blake live-streamed killing a cat and putting it in a blender, taking inspiration from the hit Netflix series 'Don't F*** with Cats'.

Four months before the murder, Blake live-streamed killing a cat and putting it in a blender, taking inspiration from the hit Netflix series ‘Don’t F*** with Cats’.

BMW worker Mr Carreno (pictured) was out for the night when Blake approached him. She claims to have left him unharmed on the river bank.

BMW worker Mr Carreno (pictured) was out for the night when Blake approached him. She claims to have left him unharmed on the river bank.

BMW worker Mr Carreno (pictured) was out for the night when Blake approached him. She claims to have left him unharmed on the river bank.

Blake claimed that Bell (pictured) had been manipulating her and that she had been terrified for her safety unless she complied.

Blake claimed that Bell (pictured) had been manipulating her and that she had been terrified for her safety unless she complied.

Blake claimed that Bell (pictured) had been manipulating her and that she had been terrified for her safety unless she complied.

The court previously heard Blake had an “extreme interest in death and harm” and killed the family pet after watching a Netflix documentary called Don’t F*** With Cats: Hunting An Internet Killer.

Prosecutors said Blake had deliberately set out to kill after previously delighting in the killing and dissection of a neighbor’s cat.

While his death-obsessed partner Bell watched from his home in the US, Blake live-streamed cutting up the cat while it was still alive.

A veterinarian determined that he would have been in extreme pain until his heart was ripped out.

Police would later find the heart in a box of trinkets that Blake kept as a souvenir.

Student Jun Lin was attacked by Luka Magnotta with a screwdriver in Montreal, Canada, in May 2012.

Student Jun Lin was attacked by Luka Magnotta with a screwdriver in Montreal, Canada, in May 2012.

Student Jun Lin was attacked by Luka Magnotta with a screwdriver in Montreal, Canada, in May 2012.

In the show, Magnotta films himself putting two kittens in a translucent plastic bag, turns on a vacuum cleaner, and sucks out all the air. He continued filming while the creatures suffered.

In the show, Magnotta films himself putting two kittens in a translucent plastic bag, turns on a vacuum cleaner, and sucks out all the air. He continued filming while the creatures suffered.

In the show, Magnotta films himself putting two kittens in a translucent plastic bag, turns on a vacuum cleaner, and sucks out all the air. He continued filming while the creatures suffered.

Only after Blake’s arrest in August 2023 did they discover the video of the cat killing and his strangulation fetish and launch Operation Ingmar.

The trial previously heard how detectives investigating the murder watched the Netflix documentary “Don’t F*** with Cats” as part of their investigation, because their suspect had also tortured and killed a cat.

The globally successful documentary series follows the crimes of Luka Magnotta, who began torturing and killing animals before becoming a human victim.

Prosecutors told Oxford Crown Court that Blake “copied” the actions of Magnotta, who posted a series of videos online of smothering kittens before killing a computer technician.

The jury has been told that, like Magnotta, Blake started with an animal victim, about four months before strangling and pushing Mr Carreno into a river.

Police believe Blake would have gotten away with the sadistic murder if he hadn't had a bitter fight with Bell.

Police believe Blake would have gotten away with the sadistic murder if he hadn't had a bitter fight with Bell.

Police believe Blake would have gotten away with the sadistic murder if he hadn’t had a bitter fight with Bell.

Scarlet Blake will be taken to court for the start of her trial early this month.

Scarlet Blake will be taken to court for the start of her trial early this month.

Scarlet Blake will be taken to court for the start of her trial early this month.

Prosecutors say Blake had a strangulation fetish and was obsessed with violence and death. Jurors were previously shown a collage of nine female murderers that was saved by Blake.

Prosecutors say Blake had a strangulation fetish and was obsessed with violence and death. Jurors were previously shown a collage of nine female murderers that was saved by Blake.

Prosecutors say Blake had a strangulation fetish and was obsessed with violence and death. Jurors were previously shown a collage of nine female murderers that was saved by Blake.

An image titled 'First date with me' showing images of duct tape, a knife, rope and a gun had also been downloaded onto the 25-year-old's phone, the court was previously told.

An image titled 'First date with me' showing images of duct tape, a knife, rope and a gun had also been downloaded onto the 25-year-old's phone, the court was previously told.

An image titled ‘First date with me’ showing images of duct tape, a knife, rope and a gun had also been downloaded onto the 25-year-old’s phone, the court was previously told.

Despite being the turning point in the case by identifying the murder, potentially crucial witness Bell, who was obsessed with guns and death, told police she was too mentally damaged to testify in court.

Despite being the turning point in the case by identifying the murder, potentially crucial witness Bell, who was obsessed with guns and death, told police she was too mentally damaged to testify in court.

Despite being the turning point in the case by identifying the murder, potentially crucial witness Bell, who was obsessed with guns and death, told police she was too mentally damaged to testify in court.

Police admit that without speaking to Bell, Carreño's death would have remained unsolved

Police admit that without speaking to Bell, Carreño's death would have remained unsolved

Police admit that without speaking to Bell, Carreño’s death would have remained unsolved

While live-streaming the gruesome event to a former partner in America, she played the New Order song ‘True Faith’, the jury heard, echoing Magnotta, who had played the same song in his videos.

The court heard Blake and his ex-partner Ashlynn Bell had discussed the Netflix true crime series while killing the stolen cat.

Detective Sergeant James Macaro told the court on the seventh day of the murder trial that, as part of the police investigation, he had watched all three episodes of the Netflix series.

The series reveals how cat lovers were so sickened by the kittens’ deaths that they turned to internet sleuths to help track down Magnotta, who is now serving a life sentence in Canada for the 2012 murder of Jun Lin.

The video of Blake killing a cat named Starlet has not been shown to the jury because it was too distressing.

But they listened to audio of the four-hour livestreamed event during which she and Bell discuss the docu-series.

Bell is heard saying that Magnotta was caught quickly because he was “full of himself.”

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