Vegas Shooter Hired Sex Worker For 'Aggressive And Violent Sex' And Rape Fantasies

“He had a dark and twisted side."

A sex worker who was repeatedly hired by the Las Vegas Shooter said the mass murderer enjoyed violent rape fantasies. The woman, 27, claims she saw Stephen Paddock, 64, nine times between 2015 and 2016. Based in Las Vegas, Paddock allegedly saw her when he visited the city without his longtime girlfriend Marilou Danley, 62.

According to the Sun, Paddock bragged to the sex worker in text messages about his father, who was a bank robber and was on FBI’s 10 Most Wanted list for eight years, according to New York Magazine.

“I didn’t have anything really to do with him but the bad streak is in my blood,” Paddock allegedly texted the woman. “I was born bad.”

She described him as a paranoid conspiracy theorist who believed 9/11 was an inside job.

Earlier this month, Paddock killed at least 58 people and injured over 500 in a massacre in Las Vegas. She shot rounds of ammunition down at music festival attendees from his 32nd floor hotel suite at the Mandalay Bay Hotel and Casino. After the murders, he killed himself.

“When I first met Stephen I had left an abusive relationship and was starting all over again with nothing but the clothes I was wearing,” the sex worker reflected. “He seemed like he wanted to help. We would go to the casinos together and he would spend hours drinking and gambling. But when he would have a winning streak, we would go back and have really aggressive and violent sex.”

She showed the Sun text messages in which Paddock texted her about tying her while she screams for help. Despite his fantasies, she said she was still shocked to hear he was behind the shooting rampage.

“He had a dark and twisted side. But even so, I could never have imagined he would do something like this.”

Police are still trying to figure out the motive behind the vicious attack. His brother Eric called him “the king of micro-aggression,” according to the New York Post.  He said his non-smoker sibling would carry around a cigar to blow smoke in the faces of those who “wronged him.”

[Photo: NBC News]

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