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Escort accused of shooting Everett client in the head

Escort accused of shooting Everett client in the head

A 21-year-old prostitute, Marissa Wallen, allegedly shot her 36-year-old client twice in the head only because, wait for it, he was giving bad oral sex! YES! A check on the victim's credit cards showed 82 charges totaling more than $10,000 was made between October 22 and November 5. A possible cause paper filed by the police on the arrest of the woman said it was a "no feelings, cold and computational" crime. She was in all sorts of trouble, according to KIRO.

At her court hearing, it was revealed that Wallen had 13 active warrants out for her arrest, which Everett District Court Judge Anthony Howard said "might be a record", reported The Herald. The station says that Wallen's statement said it was "because he was performing oral sex wrong".

Wallen shot the man after she grew frustrated with his technique and "she did not know how to tell him that", according to police documents.

The statement said Wallen left the man to die at his house on October 24 after shooting him where he was found three days later, unable to speak, the Herald.net reported. He was then taken to a local area hospital where it was found that two bullets were stuck in his head. The Everett Herald reports that the john couldn't speak to officers but through hand signals was able to tell officers that he knew who shot him. He was located three days later and was conscious, yet unresponsive.

Her bail is set at $1million - which police say she was seeking from a regular customer. She's now being held in lieu of $1 million bail.

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Wallen's public defender told the court that her client has a medical condition which has prevented her from making court appearances in the past.

Wallen has been charged with first-degree assault, first-degree robbery and first-degree identity theft.

A second suspect, Jenner Matthews, was arrested in connection to the case.

Wallen is also accused of robbing the victim.

According to documents cited by KIRO-TV, the victim, who worked in high tech, 'had been hiring female escorts and frequenting a strip club in Seattle, where he was bragging about how much money he earned and belongings he had at his house'.


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