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Sandra Woodard charged with first-degree murder

KIOWA COUNTY, Okla._One week after she admitted to shooting and killing her boyfriend, Sandra Woodard has been charged with first-degree murder.

All along, Woodard has admitted that she shot and killed her boyfriend Harley Moody, but a shocking court document detailing a twisted game of sex and rape is what Woodard said led to the Moody's death.

The night of the shooting OSBI investigators found Moody in a pool of blood on his bathroom floor, spent ammunition and a gun was found beside him. Woodard told investigators that she and her fiancé were playing a sex game that involved rape, something they had done many times before. She said Moody was in the shower when she entered the bathroom armed with a gun and fired it at him on her cue. She said it was part of the plan, and that moody was also armed with a gun. Woodard said he exited the shower towards her as expected, and that's when she started to hit and kick him. It's at that time she said she realized he was bleeding and after talking with him she called 911.

But investigators examining the scene said Woodard's statements regarding the number of shots fired and her positioning at the time of the shooting were Inconsistent with evidence. Moody was shot multiple times in the neck and chest with a semi automatic gun.

Woodard remains in jail on a $1 million bond.

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