Woman busted for selling drugs also charged with having sex with dog Cops who arrested Jenna Louise Driscoll say they found videos on her cellphone of her having sex with a canine. BY David Harding NEW YORK DAILY NEWS Saturday, November 1, 2014, 10:50 AM Jenna Louise Driscoll seen outside the Brisbane Watchhouse in Brisbane, Queensland, after being charged when police officers found videos on her mobile phone allegedly showing her having sex with a dog. A woman arrested for selling drugs has been charged with bestiality after officers found videos of her having sex with a dog on her cellphone. Jenna Louise Driscoll has been charged with three counts of bestiality, reports the Brisbane Courier-Mail. Police in Queensland, Australia, searched the 25-year-old's cell phone after she was stopped for allegedly selling cannabis. Shocked officers found three separate videos. Media reports in Australia said she had been seen entering a house with a man and a dog, thought to be a pit bull, earlier this week. The dog has not been removed by safety officials, however. A spokesman for RSPCA Queensland, said: "This isn't something you'd normally expect, it's quite unusual. Under the Animal Care Protection Act, bestiality isn't included. To take action and remove the dog we would have to prove actions there were cruel or that it [THE DOG] was tormented." Driscoll also faces charges of possession of a dangerous drug, two counts of possession of an item used in the commission of a crime and three counts of supplying. She will appear in court again in December.