Chanel Lewis, the man who killed Queens jogger Karina Vetrano last year, admitted he raped and strangled her because he hated women.
Lewis was arrested around 6 p.m. Saturday outside the home he shared with his single mother, Veta Lewis, his two sisters and the sisters' small children.
Lewis' father, Richard Lewis, a 70-year-old retired school principal, was absent during his son's formative years.
Without a father figure in the home to balance out the Estrogen-dominant household, Lewis, a shy introverted man, developed an unhealthy festering rage toward all females.
Lewis admitted turning his rage on Karina Vetrano, 30, as she jogged in a Queens park near her father's Howard Beach, NY home on August 2nd.
Her father, Phillip, found her body among tall weeds later that night in a wooded area just off the trail.
Vetrano fought for her life. Police say she may have bitten her attacker. Her teeth were cracked and one tooth was knocked out during the fierce struggle.
Lewis voluntarily submitted a DNA sample on Feb. 2. The sample matched DNA found under Vetrano's fingernails and on her back.
“He doesn’t have a criminal record but he’s had previous incidents in which he has expressed a hatred for women, a police source told the NY Daily News.
"He’s thought of hurting women or attacking women. He’s expressed a deep-seated aggression towards women. But it was nothing he’s ever acted on."
“This defendant admitted to attacking the victim, admitted to beating her, to strangling her and dragging her body into the weeds," said Assistant District Attorney Michael Curtis.
“The victim was out for a jog less than one mile from her house and was attacked, savagely beaten and strangled to death,” said Curtis.
Investigators believe Lewis punched Vetrano in the face before dragging her into the tall weeds.
Police said a used condom was found on the jogging trail not far from where Vetrano was attacked.
Studies show that boys who are raised in all-female environments tend to be confused about their own sexuality. Some boys develop unconscious conflicts with their sexuality and a deep fear that they might be homosexual.
98 percent of sexual assaults against women in America are committed by men who are at odds with their own sexuality.
This is why child experts say children under the age of 7 who fail to bond emotionally with one or both parents -- particularly the same-sex parent -- are at risk of developing abnormal sexual behaviors, such as homosexuality.