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Indiana University
Robert H. McKinney School of Law

Saturday, November 5, 2005

Sex Game Or Angry Attack? Pennsylvania Jury Returns Verdict

On Friday afternoon, a Westmoreland County, Pennsylvania jury found in Ken Slaby's favor, awarding him $46,200 in his civil suit against an ex-lover. The 12 jurors had to decide if the glue episode was a sex game, or the revenge of a scorned woman. Slaby says his ex-lover, Gail O'Toole, was angry he had moved on after their break-up, so she waited until he fell asleep, then glued his penis to his stomach, his testicle to his leg, and glued his buttocks together. He also says she dumped nail polish all over his head, then suddenly booted him out of her Murrysville home -- forcing him to walk a mile to the nearest convenience store to get help. O'Toole served six months probation after a criminal proceeding. Source. WTAE-TV,  Please click here for addition information (last visted November 5, 2005, reo).

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