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Woman accused of holding men hostage for sex

Published On: Dec 24 2013 02:18:57 AM CST
Updated On: Aug 16 2013 07:40:27 AM CDT
Terry J. Boyd

Terry J. Boyd

WAUSAU, Wis. -

A Wausau woman is accused of holding two men hostage in her home to use them for sex, according to sheriff’s officials.

Police said they were called to the Marathon County home of Terry Boyd, 52, after people heard a man screaming for help.

Boyd was arrested on Monday.

Boyd’s roommate told police he and another man had been locked in a room and were told they couldn’t leave until one of them had sex with her.

Boyd called a hospital saying police had beaten her up, but she was arrested at the hospital after fighting with medical personnel, according to a newspaper report.

Police said Boyd was released from jail and once again barricaded her roommate, resulting in a second arrest.

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