Four more women have testified that they were engaged in a sexual relationship with Justin Ross Harris, even sexting with him the day he left his baby son Cooper in the car to die! Click through the gallery to read about how the women exposed Justin Ross Harris' sick sex life on the stand.
Jaynie Meadows told the jury that she met Ross Harris on the dating app Scout in 2013 and when they began sexting he never mentioned that he was married, or that he had a son. She told the jury the Ross Harris complained about his marriage frequently during their conversations, and said that he would leave his wife, Leanna, if they didn't have their son, Cooper.
Meadows said that Ross Harris complained about his marriage, saying it was falling apart and that he was in financial trouble. She said they played the game "Two Lies and a Truth," and that was when he admitted he was married and had a son. She told the jury that they only met in person once and they kissed but did not have sex.
Molly Sims, 22, went on the stand and told the jury that after meeting Ross Harris on a dating app they began sexting with each other, sending each other naked pictures. She described their conversations: "We'd talk about everyday things and it would get sexual sometimes."
Sims explained that Ross Harris turned every conversation X-rated. She claimed that when she would try to have normal conversations, "He would just kind of blow it off or change the subject or make it sexual."
Elizabeth Smith, 24, told the jury that she and Ross Harris were sexting the day Cooper died, June 18, 2014. She said that at 5:30 am they exchanged explicit text messages, and she told him she wanted to perform oral sex on him. She said he asked her if she could do it that day.
Smith told the jury about their history together, saying they had sex for the first time in February 2014 in his car. Smith told the jury that they were sexting constantly from the time they met until the day the baby was left in the hot car to die, according to WSB TV in Georgia.
Alexandra Swindell, 23, told the jury that she and Ross Harris sent each other nude photos and graphic sexts, too. She described meeting him, saying she was in college when the met. "He picked me up from my dorm room and we drove to some back road and parking and talking and kissing and eventually I performed oral sex on him and then he drove me home," Swindell testified, according to The Atlanta Journal Constitution.
Swindell told the jury that Ross Harris told her he had a girlfriend and was engaged, but never told her he was married and never mentioned his baby son. She said that she sent Ross Harris a text on June 18, 2104, they day he left his son Cooper in the car. She said he sent her multiple pictures of his penis in return.
Prosecutors presented evidence trying to prove that Ross Harris wanted out of his married life and his parental responsibilities, claiming that is why he planned and executed the murder of Cooper Harris. They told the jury that the day that he left the baby in the car to die, he was sexting with multiple women.
If found guilty, Ross Harris is facing life in prison. Stay with Radar for updates to the story.
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