When police suspected Jenna Louise Driscoll, then 26, of dealing cannabis, officers examined her phone to see if there was any evidence of drug use.
They were not expecting to find three explicit videos showing a pitbull dog and a woman who was allegedly Driscoll.
She has now been formally indicted with bestiality and drug trafficking. A trial date has not yet been set and she denies the charges.
When the case came to light and she was charged in 2014, Driscoll was pictured entering her home with a man and a dog, thought to be a pit bull.
RSPCA Queensland said at the time: ‘This isn’t something you’d normally expect, it’s quite unusual.
‘Under the Animal Care Protection Act bestiality isn’t included. To take action and remove the dog we would have to prove actions there were cruel or that it was tormented.’
‘The RSPCA would ideally like to get a dog out of the situation if bestiality was happening, but to operate under the act we would have to prove those two things.’
‘We’d try to do everything we can to help the dog if that is the case.’