The Army veteran accused of kidnapping and killing a Utah sorority girl -who bragged about having sexual trysts with “sugar daddies”- reportedly planned on keeping her in a “sex dungeon.”
Former US Army IT Specialist Ayoola ‘AJ’ Ajayi was taken into custody earlier this morning in connected with the killing of Mackenzie Lueck, a college senior with a taste for the “sugar baby” lifestyle.
Lueck frequently bragged about her lifestyle, and maintained an active social media portfolio related to it. She was last seen on June 17, when she took a Lyft from the Salt Lake City airport to a nearby park.
Following a 19-hour search of Ajayi’s home by police, the 23-year-old’s charred remains and personal possessions were found buried in the man’s backyard.
According to the Daily Mail, Salt Lake City Police Chief Mike Brown revealed that DNA testing positively identified the remains.
Local contractor Brian Wolf said that Ajayi had asked him to build a sound-proof hidden room, which slowly evolved into a sex dungeon of sorts.
“He slowly added on other requests, like building a secret door and adding hooks to the wall,” he said, adding that the veteran wanted the work done before his “girlfriend” was back in town.
Wolf decided the project was too weird and claimed that he was too busy to take on the task.
Police are now looking for a mattress and box spring the homeowner had given away for free on resale website LetGo five days ago.
A California native who enjoyed sexually explicit social media pages, Lueck also sought out wealthy men over the age of 35, usually finding them through SeekingArrangement.com and Tinder.
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