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Please be polite. It's OK to disagree with someone's ideas, but personal attacks, insults, threats, hate speech, advocating violence and other violations can result in a ban. If you see comments in violation of our community guidelines , please report them. The woman told police she had been sexually assaulted. She'd also been beaten with brass knuckles, imprisoned for three days and transported to have sex with a man for money.
Next Ovalle began to "inspect" the woman's body. He had her put clothes back on so he could take pictures to post in online sex ads. Ovalle obliged, and Benning sexually assaulted the woman with a wooden broomstick and glass bottle, she said. The woman was also forced to perform sex acts while the others watched. The women then kicked her and beat her with an orange extension cord and brass knuckles, she testified.
The woman also testified that Ovalle had displayed a gun and, at times, threatened all three women with it. When the beating concluded, Anderson and Stephenson told the victim to take a bath with Epsom salt. Stephenson then escorted the victim to another location, where she had sex with a man for money. When they left the townhouse, the woman let the victim call her mother, who met them and took the victim home.
They later went to a local hospital. The victim had a broken nose, two black eyes and bruises "all over her body," Lewandowsky said. More: Woman charged with trafficking minors for sex in Lansing area. More: Prostitution, trafficking 'a widespread phenomenon'. Ovalle, Benning and Stephenson waived their preliminary hearings earlier this month and await trial in Ingham County Circuit Court. Anderson's attorney, Mary Chartier, argued at her preliminary hearing that Anderson should not be bound over for trial on the charges because she herself is a victim.