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Twisted trans killer, 26, who carried out sadistic ‘Don’t F*** with Cats’ style murder claimed she was a FELINE who microchipped her own body and would meow when happy – after slicing up family pet and putting it in a blender


Twisted Scarlet Blake stunned police who came to arrest her for murder by revealing that she had the microchip from a cat implanted in her own body.

Hours after being arrested for the murder of random stranger Jorge Martin Carreno, Blake – who would later claim to identify as a cat and meow when happy – blurted out to officers that she had been ‘chipped’.

Initially sceptical, officers quickly obtained a machine reader – and were amazed to discover that Blake did indeed have a microchip inserted in her own chest.

It remains unclear where or why she obtained the device, as it’s not thought to have been taken from Starlet, the neighbours’ cat that four months earlier she had sliced up and put in a food blender.

The 26-year-old transgender woman refused to reveal the reason for carrying out the strange implant procedure on herself and apart from requesting nicotine patches was one of the few occasions she spoke to detectives.

Scarlet Blake being led to court for the start of her trial earlier this month

Scarlet Blake being led to court for the start of her trial earlier this month

BMW worker Mr Carreno (pictured) had been on a night out when he was approached by Blake. She claimed to have left him at the riverside unharmed

BMW worker Mr Carreno (pictured) had been on a night out when he was approached by Blake. She claimed to have left him at the riverside unharmed

Throughout 11 subsequent interviews with detectives she simply offered a ‘no comment’ reply to every question.

Blake later told the jury in court she sometimes identified as a cat when she was ‘happy’ and much to the astonishment of the jury demonstrated a ‘meow’ to mimic the sound of a cat.

She also claimed to suffer from a personality disorder and taking on the identity of various people – although no medical specialists were ever called to support her claim.

The only defence witness was a pathologist who disputed the findings that Carreno had been strangled.

Blake, who wore a black suit throughout the two-week hearing, often passed notes to her defence team from behind the glass panels of the dock.

But she hardly looked over to her mother Chen who sat in the public gallery for the entire hearing.

Her father Henry had flown over from China where he works to attend the first week.

Members of the Carreno family could barely disguise their anger and disgust at the defendant.

Flanked by police support officers they were often in tears but had steeled themselves to sit through the trial.

A police source said:’ This was an ordeal for them, but all they wanted was to see justice for Jorge.’



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