|Published:||Aug 05, 2010 11:46 PM EDT|
|Updated:||Aug 05, 2010 8:33 PM EDT|
COLLIER COUNTY, Fla. - A mentally handicapped woman tells WINK News she was forced to perform sex acts on at least nine men. Tonight, one of them is in jail.
"They threaten me...telling me if I don't do what they say I would end up dead."
We won't reveal this girl's identity even though she's over 18 because she's developmentally challenged. She's still afraid for her life, even though one of the men she claims forced her to give oral sex is behind bars.
Seventeen year old Lonnie Davis was arrested after an employee at the River Park Recreation Center caught them in a sexual act behind the complex back in June. The employee took the girl to be checked by a doctor.
The girl tells police that same day Davis forced her to go to the apartments across from the park and give him oral sex behind the building.
She tells WINK News what made her so scared, "he threaten me with his gun, said he would shoot me if I didn't do what he told me to do."
But it wasn't a gun Davis had on him, it was a picture on his cell phone.
That's not the only time she says she was forced into sex. Weeks prior she got into a car with Davis and was taken to an apartment near the Golden Gate Community Center.
"They got on top, they pulled my pants down and they got on top of me."
The girl says at least nine men had sex with her. She also believes she saw a real gun behind the bed that day.
Naples Police made one arrest, but have handed the case off to the Sheriff's Office because any other arrests are expected to be outside the city limits.
- 10 whales dead, dozens stranded in Everglades
- Suspect in custody after Orlando-area school shooting
- 'Hazmat situation' determined not suspicious
- Support for smack cam victim grows, victim responds
- Water main break blocks Hancock Bridge Pkwy near US 41
- Alamo gun range set to open in February in Naples
- Toddler apparently drowned in canal
- Woman charged with DUI, crashing into school bus
- Grace Church's worm farms help students with special needs
- New marina, dry boat storage facility in Cape Coral