Oz woman says murdered husband pestered her for group sex, threesomes

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Melbourne, Feb 21 (ANI): An Australian woman, who is facing trial for the murder of her husband, has told the jury that he pestered her constantly for group sex and threesomes.

Eileen Creamer, 53, of Moe, said her husband David also wanted her to have sex with strangers while he watched, and that he had a large collection of blue movies and pornographic magazines.

"He felt if I watched blue movies I would get in the mood. I would be more fun," News.com.au quoted her as telling the Supreme Court.

She admitted she contacted men through a local newspaper personals column but said she was lonely and stuck in the house while her husband visited other women.

She said that on one occasion he tried to get them involved in group sex and a gang bang through a website called Club Insatiable.

He contacted the organiser who told him he had to put his wife on the phone to ensure they were both interested in attending the sex parties.

Eileen said she did not want to take part but her husband was pestering her while she was on the phone and she told the woman she agreed to attend.

"He was happy I was going to a sex party with him. I couldn't stand up to David. He was always in control," she stated.

But the party was cancelled, as there were not enough female participants.

Her husband also posted a revealing photograph of her on the Internet and she suspects he signed them up as a couple with a website called Adult Matchmakers.

She has pleaded not guilty to a charge that on February 4, 2008 she murdered her husband.

He had been stabbed in the stomach and hit with a blunt instrument at their Moe unit and the defence has not disputed Eileen caused his death.

Prosecutor Tom Gyorffy said the couple had an open marriage and they both had a number of lovers they met through the Internet.

Opening the case Gyorffy said Eileen killed her husband when she realised he planned to return to his first wife in South Africa.

In her opening defence counsel Jane Dixon SC told the jury David forced his wife to take part in kinky sex and was driven by sick desires he couldn't control.

She said the deceased had a string of lovers and there would be issues of self defence and defensive homicide raised in the trial. (ANI)

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