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Insane Clown Posse fan faces 12 years in prison for cutting off woman’s finger

December 24, 2016  |  Posted by: Francesca Falzarano
Insane Clown Posse fan faces 12 years in prison for cutting off woman’s finger

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A Wisconsin fan of the Insane Clown Posse is facing over 12 years behind bars after he cut off a friend’s pinky and drank her blood in a “ritualistic memorial.”

The Daily Mail reported that 24-year-old Jonathan Schrap pleaded no contest on Thursday to second-degree reckless injury stemming from the August 27th incident at his home in Suamico.

Schrapp is facing 12 years in prison and a $25,000 fine at his sentencing, which is scheduled for February 24th, ABC2 News reported.

Back in August, Schrap and his friends, which included local rapper “Bloody Ruckus,” were celebrating the life of a Juggalo who had passed away a year prior.

The only female in the group, 27-year-old Shelby Neuens, told police that they had been discussing blood-drinking cult rituals — and she allegedly volunteered to let the man drink her blood.

Devoted fan: Schrap (pictured) took a couple strikes with the machete, taking the ‘pinky clean off’ on the second one during a memorial for a fellow Juggalo, the name for fans of the Insane Clown Posse

With her permission, Schrap — who boastfully displays tattoos declaring his devotion to the Insane Clown Posse — made a one-inch slit with a machete on her right forearm.

“She was bleeding profusely,” according to the criminal complaint. “Jon filled up a shot glass with her blood and drank her blood.”

However, the group decided that they wanted more, and began to consider severing a finger.

Neuens — who told investigators that she did not take drugs or alcohol before the incident — offered her pinky.

Schrap took a couple of hits with a machete, and took the “pinky clean off” on the second hit — “all the way to the palm,” the criminal complaint revealed.

Shelby Neuens, 27, (pictured) told cops the friends had been talking about blood-drinking cult rituals — and volunteered to let Schrap drink her blood

“Jon then placed the finger in his freezer where he said he would cook it and eat it later,” the complaint added.

“The group then attempted to stop the bleeding by using a car cigarette lighter which failed. They then used a blowtorch.”

Neuens’ boyfriend later noticed the injuries, and his mother forced her to go to the hospital.

Law enforcement officials were dispatched to Saint Mary’s Hospital, where staff believed Neuens was initiated into some cult.

The 27-year-old maintained the ritual was intentional and did not want anyone to be charged.

Authorities apprehended Schrap and his childhood buddy Nick Laabs, who was at the party. Laabs was let go after being interviewed.

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