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A clinical sexologist will testify about sexually explicit websites that 'resemble improvisational theater,' court papers say.
'The style is to maintain the repartee, regardless of how implausible, ridiculous or even impossible the conversations get.' The witness found that Valle has no serious mental illness or personality disorders related to violence.
She said she installed spyware to learn more about what her husband was trawling through until four or five in the morning and was shocked when the software came up with the pictures of tortured, sometimes dead, women.
Earlier, Gatto began her cross examination by pulling out a photograph of a uniformed Valle holding the couple's daughter, Josephine, who is wearing a pink bunny suit, and asking Mangan to describe the scene.
“I was going on 2-3 dates a week and the hangover was killing me,” she jokes.
But on a more serious note, her self-esteem began to be affected when she found the lack of first dates developing into seconds disheartening.
Fighting his corner: Valle's attorney Julia Gatto (pictured) immediately began mounting a defense to highlight her client's depravity, to drive home the argument that his only appetite was for fantasies A criminal complaint claimed that Valle had created a computer file cataloging at least 100 women with their names, addresses and photos.
And it accused him of illegally culling some of the information from the restricted law enforcement database, and doing surveillance on some of his potential victims.
A judge agreed, calling the charges 'profoundly disturbing' and 'the most depraved, most dangerous conduct that can be imagined.' The defense has been bolstered by pretrial rulings that will allow Valle's lawyers to call expert witnesses expected to give jurors a tutorial on online sexual deviance and fetishes often called 'vore,' short for carnivore.He is expected to take the stand himself today to say his sordid plans were all fantasy and shouldn't be taken seriously.The baby-faced tabloid sensation is expected to launch his own personal defense when he takes the stand on Tuesday by saying that his online chats were so offensive and so over-the-top that they couldn't possibly be for real.River describes the “ease of the swipe” as sometimes being a hindrance to actually deciding on someone to meet up with.“You are always thinking that there is someone better on the next swipe,” she says.