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Mazzaglia defense asks ex-girlfriend if she is 'a good liar'
“You have admitted to lying to (state witness) Roberta Gerkin, you have admitted to lying to (Mazzaglia), you have claimed that you lied to us ... that is, a public defender’s office, taking your statement,” Barth said, referring to when McDonough visited his office in the weeks after Mazzaglia’s arrest on suspicion of the murder of Elizabeth “Lizzi” Marriott in October 2012.
Barth focused his questioning Monday on whether McDonough had a capacity for dominant roles in her sexual relations with Mazzaglia. She described her role as very submissive in questioning by prosecutors last week. Barth cited many Facebook messages in which McDonough talked with Mazzaglia about their sexual encounters, which she has said began in fall 2011.Barth quoted messages in which McDonough wrote about tying Mazzaglia to their bed; leaving “long, criss-crossed scratches on his neck;” bite marks on his legs, chest and neck; and more.
McDonough said her actions and words didn’t indicate dominance, only “rough sex.”
McDonough said she didn’t dominate Marriott, or Mazzaglia.
McDonough is serving a 1½- to three-year prison term after pleading guilty last July to charges including witness tampering and hindering the investigation. She has testified that she helped cover up the murder and rape of Marriott, whose body has never been found.
McDonough disagreed, and said she said she wrote those notes in efforts to please Mazzaglia.
McDonough said that Mazzaglia “would be having sex with me while he was scrolling the Internet for pictures of other women.”
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