Sarah Boone suitcase video leaked viral, Woman taunted boyfriend as he begged to be let out of suitcase

When her boyfriend called her name from a suitcase on the floor of her Orange County apartment, Sarah Boone laughed and taunted him while filming across the room, telling him in vague language that he deserved to suffer.

“Because of what you’ve done to me. [expletive] you,” she said.

The video, one of two obtained by the Orlando Sentinel through a public application, helped Boone, 42, be arrested on second-degree murder charges following the death of her boyfriend, Jorge Torres Jr.

Boone finally fell asleep on the night of February 23, leaving Torres in a suitcase, authorities said. When she woke up the next day, she found him dead.

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She first told Orange County Sheriff’s investigators that she and Torres, 42, had been drinking and playing hide-and-seek at her apartment near Aloma and North Palmetto Avenues in the Goldenrod area.

But her story fell apart when detectives found the videos on her phone.

The videos and investigative documents were released by the Orange-Osceola prosecutor’s office in response to a public records request. In the video, which the Orlando Sentinel didn’t release because it was disturbing, Torres repeatedly called Boone’s name and told her he couldn’t breathe when he was trapped in a blue suitcase on the living room floor.

The Orange-Osceola prosecutor’s office released two videos by Sarah Boone showing her laughing and taunting her boyfriend Jorge Torres Jr., who was trapped in a suitcase. She later said she fell asleep and found him dead inside. She faces second-degree murder charges.

The Orange-Osceola prosecutor’s office released two videos by Sarah Boone showing her laughing and taunting her boyfriend Jorge Torres Jr., who was trapped in a suitcase. She later said she fell asleep and found him dead inside. She faces second-degree murder charges.

The suitcase shakes throughout the video as Torres tries to film Boone from a few feet away.

“That’s your business. Oh, that’s how I felt when you cheated on me,” she said after Torres said again he couldn’t breathe. “You should shut up.”

The second video lasted 22 seconds and was recorded at 11:23pm. And shows the suitcase face up, a few feet away from where it was in the first video. Before she could finish recording, Torres called Boone by name.

Boone later told detectives she went upstairs and fell asleep, thinking Torres could extricate herself. She said she woke up around 11am on February 24 and went downstairs to look for Torres. Realising the last time she saw him in the suitcase, she opened it when she found his body.

She said her ex-husband called at around 12.50pm. She told him what had happened and asked him to come over, according to the documents. When he arrived at the apartment about 10 minutes later, he told her to call 911.

“My friend died,” she told the dispatcher.

She told the story of the dispatcher’s hideout and said she took him out of the case and performed a failed CPR. The dispatcher administered another round of CPR on her before paramedics arrived.

“It was horrible,” she told the dispatcher. “What happened?”

Paramedics pronounced Torres dead just after 1 p.m. A post-mortem report showed he had wounds on his forehead, bruises on his shoulders, a split lip and scratches on his back. The cause of death is still under investigation.

During her first interview with detectives, Boone said she and Torres drank a Woodbridge Chardonnay while assembling and drawing the jigsaw puzzle, the documents say. After finishing, they decided to play hide and seek. She said she hid upstairs to take a shower at first, but he didn’t come to her, so she went back downstairs.

Then they thought it would be fun if he volunteered to get into the suitcase, she told detectives. She closed the suitcase with a paper clip because the zipper was broken, the documents said.

Detectives obtained a search warrant for her phone on February 25 and found the videos contradicted her story. She went to the sheriff’s office for a second interview and was asked if she took any videos or photos on her phone. She said she took a photo of her dog but was then shown a video of Torres she took in a suitcase.