If you put a ravenous wolf and a human being in a room together, and then went back to check on them a few hours later, and the woman was like, “Please help me the wolf bit my ear off!” you’d think, yeah, that sounds like it went as expected. Why wouldn’t a wolf bite at least a person’s ear off?
So, then, it would be unsurprising to find out that this Michigan woman who was in a room with a wolf had her ear bitten off. That she was in a room with a wolf is surprising, but the result from there? Less so. But that’s not quite what happened. Instead, the “wolf” in question was actually just a woman who claimed to be a wolf.
44-year-old Allison Thompson Weaver from Rochester Hills, Michigan was found by police on top of her victim, covered in blood when authorities entered her victim’s apartment after neighbors reported hearing a struggle as well as painful moans and cries for help.
Police: Woman bites off friend's ear in violent attack, claims she was playing a wolf. https://t.co/tH2pWcg8n0 pic.twitter.com/5p39pRB7EB
— WSMV News4 Nashville (@WSMV) October 31, 2019
They also found the victim without part of her ear and suffering from serious puncture wounds.
Weaver claims she attacked her victim because she’s a wolf and her victim is a vampire. (“We’re just mortal supernatural enemies is all, officer, I swear.”) At one point during their battle for control of the night, Weaver purportedly told her victim, “Sorry, but you’re gonna have to die today.”
Of course the victim, an unnamed 48-year-old woman tells a much less insane and presumably more reliable version of the events that cost her an ear. Weaver had come over for drinks, made a sexual advance, and was denied by the victim. The victim then attempted to go to bed and was viciously attacked by Weaver.
Weaver is now facing charges of second-degree criminal sexual conduct, assault with intent to do great bodily harm and assault with intent to main, and assault by strangulation.
Put her in the zoo and throw away the key.