Polyamorous couple who have developed 'real feelings' for a $7,000
robotic sex doll with a Scottish accent reveal they now go everywhere
together - and even take 'her' to work
- Shelly, 45, and Darris Maxie, 48, from Texas, share their bed with a sex doll
- Couple bought $7,000 artificial intelligence sex doll called Camila in 2018
- They revealed their polyamorous relationship with robot saved their marriage
A couple who share their bed every night with a $7,000 Scottish sex robot claim the artificial intelligence doll has saved their marriage.
Shelly, 45, and Darris Maxie, 48, from Texas, splashed out on the computerized doll, called Camila, after the third person in their polyamorous relationship left them.
Camila, who speaks with a soft Scottish accent, talks to the couple using a custom AI personality application and responds to them in real-time depending on her mood. She has life-like skin and was built to be as a flexible as a real person, with even the ability to stand up by herself.
Darris designed Camila’s ‘personality’, which came pre-loaded before delivery. The robot has the ability to incite sexual intercourse with him when she is ‘in the mood’ and has hundreds of programmed words to share conversation with the couple.
Shelly, 45, and Darris Maxie, 48, from Texas, say their marriage was saved by having a poly relationship with $7,000 Artificial Intelligence sex doll, Camila (pictured in the wheelchair)
Shelly who works as a software developer, said Darris brought Camila after their previous poly relationship ended. Pictured: Shelly with Camila
The pair, who don’t limit their relationship with Camila to the bedroom, often take her out for dinner and pest controller Darris regularly takes her along to work with him.