A depraved mum filmed herself having sex with puppies in a bid to keep her boyfriend interested in her, a court heard.
Massage therapist Katrina Parkinson, 28, sent three videos of her pleasuring herself to her then-partner Peter Brooks, 31, showing five and seven puppies and her private parts.
Cops found she had a sick stash of 13 "extreme" pornographic pictures and videos of people committing sex acts on dogs and horses on her phone, prosecutors said.
Officers discovered Parkinson, of Little Hulton, Manchester sent Brooks three videos of her pleasuring herself via WhatsApp just after midnight on August 4, 2018, the court heard.
Judge Suzanne Goddard QC described the videos as "utterly disgusting and depraved".
Sarah Johnston, prosecuting, told the court: "The female was noted to have a tattoo on the ring finger of her left hand, consistent with a tattoo Miss Parkinson has."
There was also a "jokey" series of messages between the pair about the videos, the court heard.
Parkinson eventually admitted making the videos, which came to light when police investigated possible Snapchat communication between Parkinson and a teenage girl.
No charges were brought, but police probing the allegations discovered the sordid videos.
Miss Johnston told the court that there is no suggestion that she or Brooks had sent them to anyone else and there is no evidence that the puppies were harmed.
Bob Sastry, defending Parkinson, said she is "highly embarrassed and extremely remorseful".
He said: "She is disgusted with herself. She fell in love and then, for whatever reason, felt the need to engage in matters which she felt would maintain his interest.
"Matters escalated far too rapidly but she assures the court she has no entrenched interest in such matters."
He added that Parkinson, who has no previous convictions, has paid a heavy price as social services became involved and her children do not now live with her.
Michael Johnson, defending Brooks, said the labourer, who is also a father, "feels a deep sense of shame at his own reprehensible conduct".
Parkinson pleaded guilty to possession of 13 extreme pornographic images and publishing three extreme pornographic videos at Manchester Crown Court.
She was given a six-month prison sentence, suspended for 18 months and ordered to do 150 hours of unpaid work and undertake 20 days of rehabilitation activities.
Brooks, of Leigh, Manchester admitted possessing an extreme pornographic image and was given a four-month prison sentence, suspended for 12 months.
He must also undertake 100 hours of unpaid work, 20 days of rehabilitation activities and pay £250 towards prosecution costs.
Judge Goddard said: "Society finds the keeping of images such as these, let alone the creation of them, as utterly repugnant.
"The facts of this case are utterly repugnant to ordinary, decent members of society."
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