A woman on trial for the murder of her husband has told a court how he made her perform sexual acts for strangers online in the months leading up to his death.Chamari Liyanage is on trial in the Western Australia Supreme Court accused of murdering her husband Dinendra Athukorala with a mallet while he slept at their home in Geraldton, 400 kilometres north of Perth, in June 2014.All you have to do is answer a couple of simple questions and you’re ready to go.Why get bogged down with inconvenient registration pages when you don’t have to?, Live Sex, Chat Live girls rooms, live sex chat room Live sex chat community features gorgeous amateur models.Moreover, you can ask questions online anonymously on any topic and receive answers from the experienced community.Liyanage told the jury Dr Athukorala, 34, became paranoid, irritable and more controlling in the months leading up to his death."It became constant beatings, constant teaching sessions, he kept me sitting on the bed or kept me on camera and [had me] perform for people online.
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Under cross-examination, defence lawyer George Guidice gave Liyanage a series of pornographic images, including of children, and asked whether she had seen them before.
She replied she had seen "thousands of images showing this kind of material".