The wife was accused of plotting to lock the spouse in a flat tied to a chair
The unnamed 36-year-old woman is accused of masterminding a plot to lock her spouse in a flat for eight days where he was tied to a chair.
She "forced him to drink vodka", and she deployed a 41-year-old male acquaintance to beat him with a baseball bat .
She also deployed a 41-year-old male acquaintance to beat him with a baseball bat
The man suffered 'multiple bruises and his left arm was broken'
After undergoing this "torture" he was ordered to call his mistress and tell her he was leaving her to return to his wife and young son, said a source in the Investigative Committee, equivalent of the FBI.
The man suffered "multiple bruises and his left arm was broken".
The lover suspected something was wrong during the phone call, and rang the police who found the man tethered to a chair and the wife's accomplice threatening him with a bat.
She faces up to five years in jail if convicted
The 31-year-old man was released and rushed to hospital.
His wife and her accomplice confessed to kidnapping and beating him, and they were placed under house arrest pending a trial, said a law enforcement source.
She faces up to five years in jail if convicted.
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