John and Lorena Bobbitt
Lorena Bobbitt cut off her husband’s penis with a knife while he was asleep in bed. The penis was subsequently surgically reattached. Lorena was later acquitted on the rape charge. John went on to star in two pornographic films in the 1990s. After six years of marriage, John and Lorena divorced.
About John and Lorena Bobbitt in brief
Lorena Bobbitt cut off her husband’s penis with a knife while he was asleep in bed. The penis was subsequently surgically reattached. Lorena was later acquitted on the rape charge. John went on to star in two pornographic films in the 1990s. In 1995, after six years of marriage, John and Lorena divorced. John attempted to generate money from his renown by forming a band, The Severed Parts, but the band failed to generate enough money to pay his mounting legal bills. In September 1994, he appeared in the adult film, John Wayne: Uncut, in which he would make another attempt to make money from another film, Uncut: Un cut, after which she would be released from Central State Hospital in Petersburg, Virginia, after she would undergo a 45-day psychiatric evaluation. The incident occurred on June 23, 1993, in Manassas, Virginia. John Wayne BobbITT was convicted of rape, but later acquitted of the charge. The case made worldwide headlines in 1993 when, after years of allegedly being raped, beaten, and sodomized by her husband, Lorena cut off his penis.
The couple married on June 18, 1989, and had two children together before divorcing six years later. John Bob bitt was later convicted of attempted murder, but was later found not guilty by reason of insanity after a jury found Lorena not guilty due to an irresistible impulse to sexually wound him. John bitt is still married to his wife, and the couple have two children, who were born in 1991 and 1992. John and his wife have a son, who was born in 1994. John has a daughter and a son-in-law, both of whom are still living in the U.S. after divorcing Lorena in 1998. John is also the father of a daughter, who is now in her early 20s. John was convicted in 2000 of attempted rape, and later pleaded guilty to a lesser charge of attempted sexual assault, but he was acquitted of all charges. John had multiple versions of what had happened that evening in question, relating at various times to police and to the court.