There's nothing wrong with a hot-n-heavy game of dirty cowboy. And according to Deborah Yvette Parker, that's all she and her commonlaw husband, Broderick Craig Crachian, were partaking in when he died of an accidental gunshot wound to the chest. I Wanna Be A Cowboy (& You Can Be My Cowgirl)
Describing her as "extremely distraught," Parker's court-appointed attorney, Murray Newman, explained to the Houston Chronicle that: "She loves him, and this is just a terrible accident. My understanding is she was one hundred percent cooperative with the police and very forthcoming in everything she told them."
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Among the details she disclosed: that the gun was merely being used as a toy during a session of "dirty cowboy," that dirty cowboy (as if it wasn't obvious) is a game of sexual foreplay, and that the gun was being used with the victim's acquiescence and upon his request to be used in such a manner. Foreplay 411
Parker called 911 immediately after the shooting occured and has since been charged with manslaughter and being a felon in possession of a fire arm.
The latter charge stems from the fact that Parker was convicted of the felony offense of prostitution in 2007 and was caught with a weapon just before her five-year anniversary of being released from prison for that conviction. Prostitution: A Recession-Free Gig?
Complicating matters further is the claim by Parker's neighbors that she and Crachian were having a heated argument in the street just hours before the shooting. Whether this is an indication that the shooting was actually deliberate or that the two were having some of the hottest make-up sex ever is still to be determined.
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