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UPDATE: Alleged victim speaks out about sex hostage investigation

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We're continuing to learn more about a bizarre story out of Marathon County.

Newsline 9 talked with one of the alleged victims involved in a case where police say a woman held two men hostage and demanded sex from one of them.

Terry Boyd, 52, of Wausau, faces charges in this case. Boyd was arrested earlier this week.

But one of the alleged victims tells Newsline 9 Boyd is not a bad person.

That man told Newsline 9 the two didn't want to press charges. He says they called police Monday because they didn't want anyone to get hurt. The man and police say Boyd's medication had recently been changed.

When police arrived to the scene on 6th Street, they say, two men were yelling for help from an upstairs window. They told police that Boyd refused to let them leave, until one of them had sex with her.

Authorities say Boyd sat in front of the door and refused to let the men out. After rescuing the men, authorities say they were called to Boyd's house two more times. The third time, officers say, Boyd became combative. That's when they arrested her for disorderly conduct.

"When officers arrived (the first time) the males yelled out the window that they weren't being allowed to leave and that the female was sitting in front of the door," said Detective Captain Greg Hagenbusher. "They threw the keys to the officers and asked them to come in and get them out. So officers opened the door with the key, the female was sitting in front of the door, blocking the door but they were able to force the door open and get inside."

Boyd is also charged with false imprisonment and resisting an officer. She does not have a defense attorney listed for this case. She's due back in court later this month.

 

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