A woman who claims she had a one-night stand with Chris Watts detailed her experience with the murderer in an interview with investigators.
Amanda McMahon says that the two first connected on Tinder, and agreed to meet up one night in March of 2018 at the parking lot of a local Chick-fil-A.
The date was not meant to be the start of a relationship however, and McMahon said that the two were only joining up for physical purposes.
That is why they made their way to McMahon’s house shortly after they met up and engaged in intimate relations.
It was a very one-sided tryst though according to McMahon, who said that Watts was clearly playing out a ‘rape fantasy’ on her that night.
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Mistress: Amanda McMahon (above) met up with Chris Watts in March after the two had been speaking on Tinder
Mugged: Watts was moved from the Weld County Jail to the Colorado Department of Corrections on Monday (Watts mugshot on Monday left and in August on right)
‘When I asked her to explain she said Watts was very rough and described seeing Watts’ face and tattoos,’ wrote the investigator who spoke with Watts in the report.
‘I asked Amanda to tell me what happened after they left the Chick-fil-A. She said Watts followed her to apartment, [redacted]. Upon arrival they went inside her apartment and described things as “really fast and aggressive.”‘
The investigator then pressed her for more details.
‘I asked Amanda to describe what she meant about Watts being aggressive with her. Amanda said she was told not to say too much without an attorney present to prevent incriminating herself. I informed her I was interviewing her as a witness and not as a suspect,’ said the report, which was obtained by DailyMail.com.
‘Regarding Watts’ alleged rough behavior, Amanda said she was humiliated, it was weird and that Watts attempted to “stick it in her butt.” Amanda said Watts also pulled her hair and put his arms around her neck. She described it as a “rape fantasy.”
The report continued: ‘Amanda explained (and demonstrated) she had to push Watts off her at one point.’
There was nothing that Watts did however which led McMahon to believe that he would have killed his family or carried out the violent killings of his wife and daughters.
‘Amanda said their meeting was just about sex and “It’s kinda funny now” because Watts is a “killer,”‘ read the report.
Textual relations: McMahon had previously been posted on a message board (above)
‘Amanda explained she didn’t suspect anything and “no radars went off or anything” but that it was scary because Watts was in her home.’
She also revealed how she learned of the murders.
‘Amanda said she received numerous messages regarding the Facebook post but no longer had the messages. She said the messages started after she posted in a sleuth chat group she met Watts on Tinder,’ read the report.
‘Amanda said after making that post she was being harassed and contacted by many people including media reporters.’
It then went on to state: ‘Amanda said Nicole Utoft was her manager at Supercuts in 2013 and was also Shanann’s best friend. Amanda said she saw Nicole’s Facebook post about Shanann missing.’
Gone: Watts met up with McMahon months before the death of wife Shanann (pair above)
Watts was seen in a new mugshot earlier this week after being transferred from the Weld County Jail to the Colorado Department of Corrections, one week after his conviction.
The convicted murderer, who is serving five life sentences without parole for the deaths of his pregnant wife Shanann and their daughters Celeste and Bella in August, looked emotionless in the photo, which showed him freshly shaved and without his glasses.
His grim future was spelled out in the accompanying inmate information, which revealed there would be no future parole dare or hearing for Watts.
And next to his estimated discharge date was ’12/31/9998.’
At the same time, the parents of Shanann have filed a wrongful death lawsuit for the murders of their daughter, two granddaughters and the unborn grandson that Shanann was carrying at the time she was killed by her husband.
Shanann’s parents are already set to receive $41,807.98 in restitution from Watts as ordered by the judge in his criminal case.
That amount was increased on Wednesday by just over $4,000 after a court ruling.