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Tacky Women: The Case Of Craigslist, 4 Chicks & 1 Glued Penis

September 11, 2009

It may sound funny, but in reality, it’s not.

Several women plan a “funny” prank that ended up with a guys penis glued to his belly…if you will.

The man went to the hotel on July 30 to meet Ziemann, who told investigators that she met him on Craigslist and fell in love, paying for their hotel rooms and lending him $3,000, the complaint says.

The alleged victim told police that when he arrived, Ziemann told him she wanted to “tie him up and give him a rub down.” She used bed sheets to tie him to the bed, and blindfolded him with a pillowcase before cutting off his underwear with scissors, according to the complaint.

She then texted the other women to let them know “he’s tied up.”tweetban-

After they arrived, they peppered him with questions like, “which do you love more?” and “who do you want to grow old with?”

Ziemann told police she slapped her lover and asked “can you handle that?” before using Krazy Glue to stick his penis to his stomach.

The man told police that the women took his wallet, cell phone and car and left him tied to the bed. He chewed on the bindings to free himself and eventually called police.

L to R: Michelle Belliveau, Wendy Sewell, Therese Ziemann

L to R: Michelle Belliveau, Wendy Sewell, Therese Ziemann

“I was telling them they couldn’t do this, that it’s assault. Hello, let me leave,” the alleged victim said, according to CNN affiliate WBAY.

The man’s wife and two of his girlfriends hatched a plot to lure him to a Stockbridge motel on July 30 and confront him after learning that he was having “sexual relations” with all of them, a criminal complaint states.

Therese Ziemann, Wendy Sewell, Michelle Belliveau and the man’s wife are accused of felony false imprisonment, which carries a maximum penalty of six years in prison.

Ziemann, who is also accused of misdemeanor sexual assault and battery, faces arraignment on October 5. Belliveau pleaded not guilty on Tuesday, and the others have motion hearings scheduled in October.  Via

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