HOT SEX! Jealous girl burned down boyfriend’s house af­ter three­some


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EV­ERY­ONE loves a tasty Twix – and foxy Anas­ta­sia Harris once chomped one out of a hot BABE!

The 32D beauty re­vealed she got naughty with the choccy treat dur­ing a very kinky THREE­SOME with her fella and an­other stunna.

And the 26-year-old model reck­ons it proves that ladies are FAR dirt­ier than lads.

Anas­ta­sia, from Portsmouth, said: “Guys ob­vi­ously have the right com­po­nents for sex – but women know what other women want more!

“They know how to turn you on – and I think two girls to­gether are far naugh­tier.

“If I want a rude time, then I’d go for a girl – not a guy.

“That time with the Twix? That was the girl’s idea. It was the best Twix I’ve ever tasted.” A WOMAN torched her boyfriend’s house af­ter a three­some left her feel­ing vi­o­lently jealous, po­lice say.

Ta­sia Young, 33, con­fessed to start­ing the fire that spread to two apart­ments and left seven peo­ple home­less in Wood­bury, New Jersey.

Young ad­mit­ted to of­fi­cers that she set the house ablaze af­ter she and her boyfriend had a three­some with an­other woman the pre­vi­ous day. FIERY REACTION: Young took anger out on house about the re­la­tion­ship.

She said she bought lighter fluid and matches from a petrol sta­tion and went to her boyfriend’s apart­ment, where she emp­tied the en­tire con­tainer of highly-flammable liq­uid on and un­der the front door.

Af­ter­wards, she lit a match and set a tis­sue on fire, throw­ing both of them on the lighter fluid.

“Ta­sia Young even demon­strated how she sprayed the lighter fluid,” po­lice re­vealed.

The build­ing that was set alight was split into two apart­ments.

Her boyfriend lived in one and a fam­ily of six lived in an­other, po­lice said, adding that no one was hurt in the blaze.

Young was taken to the Salem County Cor­rec­tional Fa­cil­ity af­ter her con­fes­sion.

She has been charged with ar­son, ag­gra­vated assault, crim­i­nal mis­chief and mul­ti­ple counts of en­dan­ger­ing an­other per­son.

Po­lice said the house suf­fered ex­ten­sive dam­age in the blaze.

The Amer­i­can Red Cross has pro­vided tem­po­rary hous­ing for those dis­placed.

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