Escort says she shot client because he was bad at oral sex

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By Yaron Steinbuch,

MARISSA shot the man twice in the head. He was found days later, alive, but unable to speak. She had racked up $15,000 on his credit card.

AN ESCORT in Washington state says she shot her client twice in the head — because he was lousy at oral sex, according to reports.

Marissa Wallen, 21, then allegedly stole her client’s wallet and gun, left him for dead and went on a $12,000 ($15,600) spending spree in Skagit County, according to the Herald of Everett

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The 36-year-old North Everett man’s employer grew concerned when he didn’t log in for his stay-at-home job on the morning of October 24.

When police were sent to check on him, he was found alive — slumped against a wall with dried blood on his head. Two shell casings nearby did not match the calibre of his missing handgun, officials said.

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He was unable to speak, so police communicated with him using hand signals, according to the news outlet. He indicated he knew his attacker but could not provide a name.

Security footage from the apartment revealed that Wallen had visited five times in October. She was last seen entering at 8.45pm October 21, and then fleeing at 10pm clutching what appeared to be credit cards, officials said.

Store security cameras showed Wallen using the cards, according to authorities, who tracked her down at a home in Mount Vernon, Washington on Tuesday.

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When confronted with evidence, Wallen kept changing her story before finally admitting she shot the man twice in the back of the head, “because he was performing (a sex act) wrong,” according to her statement.

Wallen, who has an 11-month-old child, was held on pending charges of first-degree assault, first-degree robbery, and first-degree identity theft.

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