A Massachusetts girl who police say was kidnapped in January after an evening out with buddies in Boston was raped and compelled to drink alcohol whereas she was held captive, in line with prosecutors.
The 23-year-old disappeared from a bar in January and was lacking for 2 days, Boston Police stated. Authorities stated they later discovered her locked inside an residence in Charlestown.
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Victor Pena, 38, was charged with kidnapping following her disappearance.
After the girl left the bar, she was noticed on surveillance video with a person who police recognized as Pena. She does not bear in mind what occurred after she left the bar on Jan. 19, WFXT reported, citing court docket paperwork unveiled on Wednesday.
The girl recalled waking up “on a naked mattress in Pena’s residence,” and when she tried to go away, “Pena bodily stopped her, informed her to be quiet and threatened a number of occasions to kill her. … He stated he rescued her on the road, he beloved her and so they had been going to begin a household.”
Over the following couple of days, she stated was raped a number of occasions. She stated that Pena fed her canned pineapple and made her drink whiskey.
The paperwork allege that Pena put in an unauthorized deadbolt on his entrance door to forestall her from escaping.
Throughout his first court docket look in January, Pena displayed “weird” conduct, reportedly sobbing and sucking his thumb throughout an preliminary psychological competency analysis.
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A court docket psychologist stated that Pena may need been exaggerating signs of attainable psychological impairment, and stated he did not perceive why he was in court docket.
Pena was reportedly held with out bail on Wednesday and has a court docket look scheduled in April.