WAUSAU, Wisc. - A Wisconsin woman is facing charges after police say she held two men hostage and demanded sex.
Terry Boyd, 52, was arrested Monday following a series of bizarre incidents.
First police were called to her home in Marathon County after witnesses reported hearing a loud argument and someone screaming for help. When officers arrived, they found Boyd’s roommate and another man yelling for help from a second-story window.
The roommate told authorities Boyd locked them in a room and refused to let them leave until one of them had sex with her. The Wisconsin Rapids Tribune reported they declined to press charges.
According to the paper, Boyd then called a hospital and counseling agency, and claimed police had beaten her. She was taken to the hospital to be checked out, but was arrested when she became combative with medical personnel.
After her release from jail, police said she came home and once again barricaded her roommate in a bedroom and refused to let him out.
Police returned to the home and arrested her. Boyd is facing several charges, including false imprisonment and obstructing and officer.
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