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Saturday 5 September 2015

Cheating man ambushed by wife and lovers

Published 04/08/2009

A married man has been ambushed by four women who superglued his privates.

Donessa Davis was lured into a room by Therese Ziemann where he agreed to a bondage session, but once he was securely tied up she, her sister Michelle Belliveau, Wendy Sewell, and wife Tracy Hood-Davis attacked him.

The women's plot unfolded last Thursday at the Lakeview Motel near the scenic shores of Lake Winnebago in Wisconsin.

Ziemann struck the man in the face, and used glue to attach his penis to his stomach.

He started screaming and the women ran off worried that he could get loose and hurt them, but took his wallet, car and phone.

Ziemann told police she met the man online, fell in love and paid for a room at the motel for the past two months. She said she gave him about 3,000 dollars.

Then last Wednesday, she learned from his wife that he was married, had other girlfriends and was "using them for money."

During the confrontation Sewell asked him, "Which one do you love more?" and the his wife made a derisive remark about him being scared.

Now the women face up to six years in prison. Sewell, Therese Ziemann, 48, of Menasha, Michelle Belliveau, 43, of Neenah, and the man's wife are charged with being party to false imprisonment. Ziemann also is charged with fourth-degree sexual assault.

All have been released on £125 bail.

Sewell said after her arrest: "I am disturbed. I am upset. I am having a hard time handling life, an emotional wreck."

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