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Krazy Glue Revenge Case: Judge Spares Women Jail Time

By Kamika Dunlap on February 03, 2010 1:05 PM

Plea deals reached over a crazy glue related revenge plot on a cheating lover spared four Wisconsin women from jail time.

In what's being called the "Krazy Glue Revenge" case, Therese A. Ziemann and three other women took revenge on their cheating lover, the Washington Post reports. At a motel last summer, the women blindfolded and tied up a 37-year-old man while, Ziemann glued his penis to his stomach.

All four women apologized to a judge and were each sentenced to probation. The women told the judge they only meant to confront the man but the situation got out of control.

The judge sentenced Therese Ziemann, Wendy Sewell, Michelle Belliveau and the man's wife Tracy Hood-Davis to a year's probation plus community service. In addition, the judge imposed jail sentences of 30 to 60 days but stayed them, which means they will serve time only if they violate the terms of their probation.

Ziemann pleaded no contest to a reduced charge of disorderly conduct and to a battery charge.

The other three women were charged with being party to the crime of felony false imprisonment.

Ziemann told investigators that her lover's wife contacted her the day before the incident and revealed that he was married with children and seeing other women for money, CNN reports.

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. The man, who has a criminal record in Wisconsin dating back to 1998, has charges of child abuse, theft and harassment.

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