Financial Services Employee Who Didn't Know There Were Rules Against Putting Your DNA In A Co-Worker's Water Bottle Pleads Not Guilty

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Remember Michael Kevin Lallana? Name not ringing a bell? Okay try this: remember the Northwestern Mutual Investment Services employee who in January allegedly somehow got his jizz in a bottle, left it on a colleague's desk where she drank it, got sick, and threw it out? And then a couple months later, allegedly released more "material" in the same lady's drink, which she again drank, but this time paused to ask herself, “Am I crazy, or does this water have semen in it,” before sending it off to a lab to verify her suspicions? He's pleaded not guilty to six misdemeanors.

Naturally, there is a video, wherein the victim's lawyer Gloria Allred notes, "My client doesn't want to reveal her name at this time or make a statement. However I will say that she is the hero in this case. She suspected that something was very wrong, with the water in her water bottle and she had the good judgment to take it to a laboratory to be tested. Had it not been for her actions in this case, the suspect might have never been apprehended...While the victim is horrified and disgusted, she is, nevertheless, willing to cooperate."

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