Rochester Hills woman accused of telling friend ’you’re gonna have to die today’ before biting her ear off

ROCHESTER HILLS, Mich. – A Rochester Hills woman allegedly told her friend she was going to die before biting her ear off last month.

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Allison Weaver was in court Tuesday, facing a string of charges in connection with the alleged Sept. 17 attack in a Rochester Hills apartment.

Weaver is charged with second-degree criminal sexual conduct, assault with intent to do great bodily harm less than murder, assault with intent to maim and assault by another person by strangulation or suffocation.

The victim spoke about the alleged attack in court.

The victim said she invited Weaver over. The victim said they had some drinks and talked on the couch for hours.

The victim said shortly after, she went to bed, while Weaver stayed on the couch. Hours later, the victim remembered waking up and seeing Weaver on all fours.

“I was like, ‘What are you doing?’ And she just launched at me, she just launched at me and started strangling me,” the victim said. “I lost some kind of consciousness during this. Next thing I remember, after her strangling me, I only remember a couple of things. I remember her strangling me. The next thing I remember is trying to get away and hearing her clear as day, with no reflection in her tone, just saying, ‘Sorry, but you’re gonna have to die today.’"

Oakland County Sheriff Deputy Shawn Hopkins recalled the scene when he arrived.

“When I walked in the bedroom, I observed two females, one completely nude, one nude except for a pair of panties. Both appeared to be covered in blood. I asked what was going on and Ms. Weaver told me that they were having consensual sex, and the victim was a vampire and that she, Ms. Weaver, was a wolf,” Hopkins said. “I noticed a large wound to the side of her left eye area and cheek. I also noticed that the outer edge of her left ear appeared to be missing."

Weaver allegedly bit the victim’s ear off.

“It was a large wound, approximately an inch in diameter. (It) appeared the flesh was completely gone, like it had been removed from the face, possibly bitten off. I noticed the outer edge, the curve on the backside of your ear, appeared to be missing from just above the ear lobe to up around the top part of the ear,” Hopkins said.

The victim also had bite marks all over her body.

The victim said she didn’t give Weaver permission to touch her.

Weaver was denied bond.

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