A Queensland woman has pleaded guilty to three counts of bestiality after police found videos of her having sex with a dog.
Jenna Louise Driscoll, 26, faced Brisbane District Court on Thursday when she also entered guilty pleas to three drug-related matters.
She is expected to be sentenced on November 3.
Driscoll was formally charged in October 2014 after police discovered videos of her allegedly having sex with a dog.
They had seized her mobile phone as part of an investigation into allegations of cannabis dealing.
During a previous court appearance it was alleged Driscoll had organised for 113g of cannabis to be sold for $1,150.
On a separate occasion it was also alleged she sold 85g of cannabis for $900.
Police say they found three videos of Driscoll allegedly carrying out the lewd act with the dog.