A disturbed teenager in Australia who strangled a man she met online to death with a sex toy cable could be out of prison within just three years.
Twisted Jamie Lee Dolheguy told police that "it felt so good" after she seduced Maulin Rathod and killed him at her home.
The now-21-year-old, who believed she was a werewolf, was found guilty of manslaughter after she chocked the India-born student in July 2018.
Dolheguy lured the student to her house in Melbourne, promising to have sex with him after they exchanged messages on Plenty Of Fish.
But, after discussing choke play with the 24-year-old, she wrapped the cable around his neck and told him: "It’ll be OK, it’ll be over."
The teenager was jailed for nine years on Thursday but could be out on parole in three years and three months with time served.
Justice Peter Almond said: "You took the life of a young person who had done nothing to harm or provoke you. He was totally trusting and unsuspecting."
On the day she killed Maulin, Dolheguy had searched "I’m going to kill someone tonight for fun" and "I’m going to kill someone tonight help."
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In Dolheguy’s Plenty of Fish profile, she revealed she was dating for the first time, had borderline personality disorder, suicidal ideation and extreme fetishes including bondage.
"We’ll do whatever you want," Maulin is reported to have told her.
When the unsuspecting student arrived at her home, he agreed to "choke play" with the then 18-year-old who had dressed up as the character Lolita.
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She wrapped the cable of sex toy around his neck and tightened it, despite him tapping for her to stop, and strangled him.
After the death, she called the police for help.
Justice Almond added: "It is abundantly clear in your case that there was a degree of premeditation with respect to the act of violence.
"You had no sexual interest in Mr Rathod. You decided that strangulation would be quick and easy.
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"One can only imagine the terror he felt when he realised that despite his urgent tapping, you were not going to let go."
Her barrister Sharon Lacy said Dolheguy was so damaged that no jury could be satisfied of her murderous intent.
She was removed from her home at age 10 because of horrific conditions and had two carers around the clock from the age of 14.
The 24-hour care was withdrawn when she turned 18, and the disturbed teen was left to live alone.
A jury convicted her of manslaughter last December.
Her lawyers had previously argued because of her young age and disturbed personality she should be jailed in a youth facility.
This was rejected, and she will be jailed at an adult prison, News.com.au reports.
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