Pictured above is the never-lovelier Giovana Osorio. She was recently reported to have sexually assaulted her husband’s alleged mistress. (Apologies in advance) And by assaulted, I mean finger banged. Yep. Let it sink in.
The article below is… different. Must admit that I have read a ton of stories about revenge and crimes of passion, but this is just special in its own “my corner of heavenly erotica” sort of way. Brings up a question though. Assuming we are talking about a woman scorned, how mad at her are we? Her HUSBAND was having an affair. I reluctantly give her credit for not killing the woman. I think that if in fact her husband was having an affair, she’d get off with no more than a slap on the wrist, comparatively. Oh, except for the fact that the 4-year-old child was there watching this emotional display of vivacious rage. She really messed up by keeping the child in the room, but I think technically if she forced the child from one room to another she would have a kidnapping charge. Is it a possible “good” thing that she didn’t? I have no comment.
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RYE BROOK — A Tuckahoe woman, in search of her husband she believed to be cheating, sneaked into the alleged mistress’ bedroom and sexually assaulted her in front of the victim’s 4-year-old child.
“Is this the way you did it with my husband?” Giovana Osorio shouted while using her fingers to violate the victim before dawn on Saturday, police said.
The victim, who lives in Rye Brook and was punched, kicked and bitten, was treated at White Plains Hospital.
Osorio, 40, of 269 Columbus Ave., was charged with multiple felonies including second-degree aggravated sexual assault, Rye Brook Detective Sgt. Terence Wilson said.
The assault, which police said Osorio admitted to, took place at about 3:30 a.m. Saturday. Osorio first tried to break in to the victim’s home through a kitchen window, but was too short to climb through. She then used a key to enter through the front door.
Police said Osorio had copied the key from one used by her husband, a construction worker who had previously worked on the home.
After entering, Osorio walked upstairs, turned on a hall light and burst into a bedroom where the victim and her child were asleep. There was no sign of Osorio’s husband who, it turned out, was working late in Stamford, Conn.
The victim, wearing a nightgown, woke up and recognized Osorio.
“She grabbed her hair, punched and kicked her, and bit her on the nose,” Wilson said. “She then pushed the victim down on the bed and proceeded to grab her between the legs.”
Osorio fled, and the victim called police. After officers arrived, they found Osorio just outside the home.
She was arrested and charged with felonies that include second-degree burglary and two counts of second-degree assault. A Rye town judge issued orders of protection preventing Osorio from contacting the victim and her child.
Osorio is being held on bail of $250,000 bond or $25,000 cash at the Westchester County jail, pending an appearance Wednesday in Rye Brook court.