Four women testify they had affairs with (married) man who ‘drugged wife with ecstasy so she would take part in threesomes before he strangled her’

Four women testify they had affairs with man who ‘drugged wife with ecstasy so she would take part in threesomes before he strangled her’

Married men just have such superior sexual ethics than single men (according to most conservative Christians). 🙄

(Link): Four women testify they had affairs with man who ‘drugged wife with ecstasy so she would take part in threesomes before he strangled her’

    Nicole Pietz, 32, found dead in wooded area in Burien, Washington in 2006
    David Pietz, 34, is now on trial for murder but denies any involvement

    Two women testified they had sex with Pietz, two other women said they kissed him and one claimed he asked her for a threesome

    She added that he described how he slipped Ecstasy into his wife’s drink to get her to loosen up for a threesome

    By DAILY MAIL REPORTER
    PUBLISHED: 14:54 EST, 19 September 2013 | UPDATED: 16:25 EST, 19 September 2013

    Four women have testified about intimate relationships they had with a man while he was married to a woman he is now accused of strangling.

    Samantha Duffy, Sabrina Lucia Strieck, Julie Hansen-Freeman and Renee Stewart told the court in King County, Washington that they had sexual relations with David Pietz while he was married to Nicole Pietz, who was found dead in a wooded area in Burien in February 2006.

    Stewart also said Pietz also told her that he regularly drugged his wife’s drinks with ecstasy to loosen her up and encourage her to take part in a threesome.

    The testimony comes in stark contrast with the loving, concerned husband Pietz portrayed as he took part in television interviews pleading for information after his wife went missing. Prosecutors claim he killed her after he became unhappy in their marriage.

    Strieck, a former co-worker, testified that she and Pietz began a relationship when he was engaged.

    ‘He told me he cared about me,’ she said, King 5 News reported. ‘I asked him why he was getting married, he said that at that point, it was too late to back out of it.’

    She said their affair continued after the couple married and Ms Duffy said they also had a sexual relationship when he was with his wife.
    Hansen Freeman added that she had an encounter with Pietz and another woman, explaining: ‘Me, Katie and Davie. It was just the three of us kissing.’

    Stewart, who Pietz met at a gym, testified that they kissed and said he told her he had twice put Ecstasy in his wife’s drink while they were out. Nicole Pietz was a recovering drug addict.

    On one occasion when she was out with the couple, Pietz propositioned her for a threesome and slipped his wife the drugs, Stewart said in court.
    ‘He told me that he would put it in her Red Bull,’ she said. ‘He was just trying to loosen her up to get her to do a threesome.

    ‘She became overtly sexual. She was willing to do things that seemed to be out of her character.’

    The testimony came after jurors heard a recording of Pietz’s interview with police in which he said he never used drugs and had a low sex drive.
    ‘I don’t have much of a libido,’ he told police in the interview. ‘She was usually, yeah just kind of opposite roles of what the stereotype is.’

    For years, there were no charges brought in connection with the murder – until police arrested Pietz, 34, last year and charged him with second-degree murder after advances in technology.

    Detectives were initially interested in Pietz as a suspect after learning that he was unhappy in his marriage and now they say they have built a case on circumstantial evidence.

    Pietz, who had been married to his wife for four years, was finally arrested earlier in March 2012 after DNA and phone GPS linked him to the scene, police said.

    Investigators claimed there were contradictions in his statements and he failed a lie detector test before refusing to undergo a second.