Texas Wedding Photographer Busted After Having Sex, Urinating in Tree: Cops

Texas Wedding Photographer Busted After Having Sex, Urinating in Tree: Cops

Texas Wedding Photographer Busted After Having Sex, Urinating in Tree: Cops

Two off-duty deputies working security were "advised by the wedding party" that Mehta "had been found having sexual intercourse with a male there", according a police report.

Parker County Sheriff Larry Fowler told the Star-Telegram Mehta was a wedding photographer.

The report states when Mehta was asked to leave the property, she "went to a tree nearby and began to urinate on the tree". There, she threatened officers as they drove her to the Parker County Jail, according to the affidavit.

When police were called, she is also accused of threatening officers shouting: "Y'all families will be dead by Christmas, y'all's daughters are dead".

Additionally, the Star-Telegram reported that officials found alprazolam, a sedative used to treat anxiety and panic disorders, in Mehta's jacket pocket when she was searched at the jail.

Cops believe she mixed the prescription drug with alcohol which can lead to side-effects such as mental confusion.

Reportedly, Mehta also is a swimsuit model who goes by the professional name Max McIntyre and she regularly posts modeling videos to YouTube and Instagram. WFAA spoke to family members who shared a very different account of what happened on Saturday night.

But a woman who said she is Mehta's sister said that she was slipped a spiked drink.

She was released from custody on Sunday after posting $10,738 bail.

A woman who identified herself as Mehta's sister said she told them she started to feel ill and had gone outside when she was approached by two men who were trying to do "inappropriate things".

She apparently caused a commotion when yelling for help.

Katherine Leigh Mehta, 26, is facing charges of public intoxication and obstruction/retaliation, according to online records.

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