Porn Star Couple Has Sex 'Immediately' After Murdering Man In Middle Of Erotic Massage

“It was almost as if they were turned on by the violence," a reporter told "Killer Couples."

Growing up in the small Southern town of Leesburg, Georgia in the early 2000s, teenage Amanda Logue (née Bailey) had dreams of achieving the perfect, conventional life with a few children and a big home. But Amanda’s plans for the perfect future took a drastic turn when she became pregnant during her senior year of high school.

The young mother ended up leaving school to take care of her newborn daughter, and her life as dropout became even more challenging when her own mother died when Amanda was just 19 years old. According to Amanda, her mother’s passing led her down a spiral of drug abuse.

And unfortunately, drugs weren’t Amanda’s only problem. According to Oxygen's “Killer Couples,” local law enforcement was called to Amanda’s home multiple times because she was involved in several domestic disputes. Officer Lamon Logue was one of the policemen who responded to those calls, and he took a special interest in Amanda.

He saw a lot of potential in her, and he told “Killer Couples,” “I was encouraging her that she could do better and she could get out of that lifestyle.”

Amanda immediately fell for the compassionate, supportive officer, and after less than a year of dating, the two were married.

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Lamon continued to motivate Amanda throughout their relationship, and he even pushed her to pursue her longtime goal of becoming a model. He decided to arrange a small photo shoot for his wife, and after images of the 24-year-old bleach-blonde made it to the cover of a flyer, Amanda landed multiple modeling jobs with various advertisers. The young mother booked enough gigs to eventually model full-time. But just as her career was taking off, Lamon got injured on the job and had to leave the police force.

To keep up with the bills, Amanda’s work became more and more risque. She began booking “daring” nude photo shoots, which quickly led to more lucrative work, including “bondage” and “foot fetish” shoots. The money was good, Amanda told “Killer Couples,”  and her work as a fetish model escalated into having sex on camera.

[Photo: Oxygen]

By the end of 2007, Amanda was regularly appearing in pornographic videos under the stage name “Sunny Dae,” and in 2009, she was cast alongside 26-year-old Jason Andrews, a club DJ with a British accent and chiseled jaw who worked in straight as well as gay porn.

When the cameras started rolling, the chemistry between Amanda and her co-star was instant. Soon, they began having sex off-camera. When the shoot was over, the two parted ways, but they emailed, texted and talked on the phone almost every day.

Lamon was initially oblivious to his wife’s affair, but he became suspicious when Amanda began planning more film shoots with Jason. According to “Killer Couples,” Amanda had no interest in ending her affair with Jason and was even planning on abandoning her husband for her porn star lover.

In 2010, Amanda left the home she shared with Lamon, dropped her young daughter off at her father’s house nearby and ran away to be with Jason. A reporter told “Killer Couples” that Amanda and Jason ended up in Tampa, where they worked in the porn industry together at a local studio. Between shoots, Amanda got a side job as a masseuse specializing in erotic massage.

The two adult film actors got closer and closer over the following weeks, and according to Amanda, Jason ended up revealing something shocking: He apparently “got off” on “talking about [...] killing someone.” Though Amanda was no stranger to fetishes, she allegedly had no idea Jason’s darkest sexual fantasies involved murder. It was a fantasy that — according to Amanda — led to her involvement in a real-life homicide.

In May 2010, 41-year-old tattoo shop owner Dennis "Scooter" Abrahamsen was found dead by his cousin on a massage table in his Florida home, according to the Tampa Bay Times. Abrahamsen's skull had been smashed with a sledgehammer, and he had had been stabbed multiple times.

A detective told “Killer Couples, “I observed a silver sex toy laying on the massage table between his legs,” which led authorities to believe Abrahamsen had been murdered during an erotic massage gone wrong. A quick search of the home led to the discovery of multiple murder weapons — a bloody handheld sledgehammer and two knives — and that $6,000 in cash, cameras and a laptop were all missing from Abrahamsen’s home, reported the Tampa Bay Times.

The next morning, investigators processed the crime scene and canvassed the neighborhood to search for information about the mysterious masseuse, who they discovered went by the name “Sunny Dae,” aka Amanda Logue.

To begin their investigation into Amanda, police accessed Abrahamsen’s phone records from the night of his murder. When they looked at his last calls, however, detectives were puzzled to find they weren’t made to an Amanda or a Sunny, but to a phone number for Jason Andrews.

After running a background check on Jason, police found out he and Amanda had recently been arrested for shoplifting in a nearby county, and they went to interview the pair. During her interview with police, Amanda admitted she had given Abrahamsen a massage the morning of his murder.

She told police, “I gave him his massage, um, played with him, and he fell asleep on the massage table, and I left. Right before dawn I guess, or right after.”

Amanda also admitted to being in contact with Jason that night, but she was vague about what they discussed. Jason’s interview followed a similar narrative, and without enough evidence to arrest the couple on suspicion of Abrahamsen’s murder, the two posted bond for their shoplifting arrests and left jail.

[Photo: Pasco County Jail]

Detectives did, however, have enough evidence to obtain a search warrant for Amanda’s Ford Explorer, where they found two Blackberries that had had their Sim cards as well as batteries removed.  While investigators worked to retrieve the lost data from the phones, detectives tried to interview Amanda for a second time.

But after arriving at the hotel that Amanda and Jason had listed as their address, investigators discovered the porn stars had checked out — and broken up. Detectives found out Amanda had gone back to her husband Lamon in Georgia shortly after her arrest.

Investigators made their way to Georgia to continue interviewing Amanda, and she confessed that she had lied during her initial interview because she was “scared to death” of Jason. Amanda explained that she didn’t realize how violent he was until Abrahamsen’s murder, which she said Jason committed. She also told police he threatened to murder her if she told anyone about it.

Amanda’s version of events seemed to go along with the investigators’ theory surrounding the murder, but before they could even make it back to Florida to search for Jason, they were notified that the lost data from Amanda and Jason’s cell phones had been recovered. The evidence was extremely damning for them both.

[Photo: Oxygen]

Text messages between the pair revealed the two had planned to kill Abrahamsen together and even have sex after the slaying, and that Amanda was “an active, willing participant in the murder,” a detective told “Killer Couples.” The detective also said that the pair "immediately left the scene and went back and had sexual intercourse.”

“It was almost as if they were turned on by the violence that was about to happen,” a reporter told "Killer Couples."

Amanda and Jason (who was later found in Tennessee) were extradited to Florida, and both were indicted on charges of first-degree murder, according to The Huffington Post.

In 2012, Amanda and Jason took plea deals, with Amanda being sentenced to 40 years in prison in exchange for pleading guilty to second-degree murder, and Jason being given a life sentence without the possibility of parole in exchange for pleading guilty to first-degree murder, according to The Tampa Bay Times.

[Photo: Oxygen]

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