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Florida to Seek Death Penalty for Porn Model Amanda Logue

NEW PORT RICHEY, Florida – from www2.tbo.com – – Prosecutors will seek the death penalty for a porn actor charged in the death of a tattoo shop owner, Assistant State Attorney Mike Halkitis said today.

A Pasco County grand jury indicted 28-year-old Amanda Kaye Logue on a first-degree murder charge Wednesday.

Logue, of Leesburg, Ga., has been in custody since her arrest in Georgia on May 28. She was extradited to Pasco 10 days later and has been in the Land O’ Lakes Jail since then.

A relative found the body of Dennis “Scooter” Abrahamsen face-down on a massage table inside his Sycamore Drive home May 16. He had been bludgeoned in the head and stabbed in the back, Pasco sheriff’s investigators said.

Abrahamsen, 41, owned Embellishing Tattoo & Piercing, at 8516 State Road 52 in Hudson.

A laptop computer, video camera, digital camera, Home Depot credit card and roughly $6,000 were missing from his home. Rubber gloves were found in a hamper.

Investigators said another couple had sex with Logue and Abrahamsen on the night of the killing and that Abrahamsen took pictures and videotaped it. The couple told investigators Logue was the only person left with Abrahamsen when they left his house.

They also told authorities Logue sent continuous text messages to her boyfriend while they were at Abrahamsen’s house.

In an interview with investigators at her Georgia home, Logue pinned the killing on her boyfriend, 27-year-old Jason Richard Andrews, authorities said. Logue said Andrews entered Abrahamsen’s home after the other couple left.

Investigators this month issued a warrant charging Andrews with first-degree murder; he has not been found.

Pasco deputies said they retrieved cell phone messages Logue and Andrews exchanged during a period when Logue admitted being at Abrahamsen’s house.

“I’m so glad you’re really committed to this take,” Andrews wrote, according to investigators. “Keep eyes for a knife, etc for me!”

Logue and Andrews were arrested in Largo on retail theft charges two days after the slaying. Andrews had Abrahamsen’s Home Depot card with him at the time, authorities said.

Logue was released a day later after posting $150 bail.

Andrews pleaded no contest to the charge at his arraignment and was sentenced to six months of probation, according to court records.

Detectives interviewed him regarding Abrahamsen’s death before his release from the Pinellas County Jail on May 19 but did not charge him.

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