If you recall back in 2009, a woman and three others were found guilty of criminal charges in a unique case that made international headlines. A Wisconsin woman found out that her boyfriend was not only married, but also seeing two other women on the side. What happened next sounds like a plot straight from a movie.
No Fury Like Four Women Scorned
Unbeknownst to the man, the four women came up with a plan to get back at him for his infidelities. Thinking she wanted to sleep with him, the man met with the woman at a motel only to be tied up and then attacked by all four women.
After the assault, the woman hit him and then glued his private part to his body. All four women were criminally charged and convicted. The man then filed a civil suit against the woman for sexual assault, battery, and intentional infliction of emotional distress.
Civil Suit: He Says
The man is suing the woman in a civil case. According to the civil complaint, the man accuses the woman of drugging him to make him complacent at the motel and threatening him with a gun. In accordance with the physical injuries he sustained, he maintains that he was scared for his life and deserves compensation for his injuries.
Counterclaim: She Says
The woman recently filed a counterclaim that says the man is suing her just to get more of her money. She argues that the whole reason he was dating three women while married was to trick them into supporting him financially. She gives an example of one of the lies he told to convince her to give him money.
She believes that this civil suit is just another way that he is trying to take her money. She is also asking for a monetary award for breaches of contract, theft, and malicious prosecution.
At this point there is no court date for the civil suit and the man's attorney is moving for a change of venue.
Source: Appleton Post Crescent online, "Therese A. Ziemann of Appleton files a counterclaim against Fond du Lac's Donessa T. Davis in Calumet County glue attack case," Jim Collar, 29 October 2010