Housekeeper’s raw footage appears to show her brutal rape

A housekeeper suspected of sexually assaulting a man at a home in Washington State is now facing murder charges.

Dorothy Mathers, who worked at the home, allegedly took the man’s pants off and raped him in his room after a night of drinking.

She was arrested Wednesday.

Police said she was identified by the man in the video and was booked into the King County Jail on two counts of second-degree murder and two counts each of sexual battery, forcible oral copulation, and forcible rape.

Police also said Mather’s ex-boyfriend and roommate have been charged with child abuse.

Mathers’ lawyer did not immediately return a request for comment Wednesday.

She has been suspended from her job and the state Department of Labor and Industries is investigating.

The Associated Press first reported Mather was being investigated for alleged sexual misconduct.

In her video, the man said he was assaulted by Mather at the house in late March.

He said she repeatedly told him she wanted to have sex with him and that she did not want to leave.

The man said Macey threatened to kill him.

“I told her that I would do whatever I had to do to get what I wanted,” he said.

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