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Fetish model indicted in Pasco sex party slaying

NEW PORT RICHEY — A grand jury on Wednesday indicted Amanda Kaye Logue, a 28-year-old fetish model, in the death of a man who authorities say paid her to attend his sex party last month.

Dennis "Scooter" Abrahamsen was found dead on a massage table in his home on Sycamore Drive in New Port Richey on May 16. Court documents say he had been stabbed and his head crushed by a sledgehammer.

Abrahamsen, 41, was a biker and tattoo parlor owner.

Authorities say Logue was paid to have sex with Abrahamsen and another couple on the night of May 15. Court documents describe text messages sent that evening between Logue and her boyfriend, 27-year-old Jason Richard Andrews, plotting an attack on Abrahamsen.

"I'm so glad you're really commited to this take. Keep eyes for a knife, etc for me!" Andrews sent to Logue, records show.

Logue said she wanted to have sex with Andrews "after we kill" Abrahamsen. Andrews told Logue to "bash" Abrahamsen on the head and to take her time, according to the transcripts.

After the slaying, authorities say Andrews and Logue stole $6,000 in cash from Abrahamsen's house, along with cameras and a laptop. On May 17, authorities say, Andrews charged $409.31 on Abrahamsen's Home Depot credit card. Both Andrews and Logue were arrested May 18 on charges of stealing $67.97 worth of clothes from a Beall's store in Largo.

They were questioned by detectives about Abrahamsen's death while in the Pinellas County jail but later released on bail. Logue went home to her husband and children in Georgia and was arrested May 27 on a charge of first-degree murder. She is now in the Pasco County jail.

Andrews remains at large. Pasco sheriff's officials have a first-degree murder warrant out for him.

The 21-member grand jury issued another sealed indictment Wednesday that cites an outstanding murder warrant. A second sealed first-degree murder indictment was issued too.

Molly Moorhead can be reached at or (727) 869-6245.

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