Miami woman arrested for allegedly filming "crushing" fetish video

Sara Zamora faces up to five years in prison for each of eight felony counts of animal cruelty

click to enlarge Sara Zamora, 28, and Adam Redford, 54 - Miami-Dade PD
Miami-Dade PD
Sara Zamora, 28, and Adam Redford, 54

Sara Zamora, 28, was arrested Friday for appearing in a disturbing fetish video called, "SOS Barn." According to the Miami-Dade police report, the "crushing" video features Zamora torturing and killing animals while posing in provocative outfits.

In one clip, police claim Zamora fondles a man's genitals with her left hand while “repeatedly cutting a chicken’s neck using hedge clippers with her right.” In another she allegedly decapitates small animals, beats chickens to death with a wooden stick, and smashes the necks of rabbits with her hand while they howl in pain.

According to the police report, the video was shot at the home of Adam Redford, who is listed as a co-defendant. Redford is already on probation for a similar animal cruelty charge in Lee County. Redford, who has yet to be arrested in connection with this video, claimed he hadn't seen or talked to Zamora in nearly a year. 

The police got wind of "SOS Barn" from PETA, which also played a part in Redford's animal cruelty charges in Lee County. 

Zamora was arrested just before she was scheduled to be released from jail. She had been on probation for grand-theft with a firearm, credit card fraud, possession of a fictitious driver’s license and cocaine possession. She faces up to five years in prison for each of eight felony counts of animal cruelty.


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