Woman lured her college lover into out-of-state date where her husband tied him to a chair and beat him with a hammer questioning him about the suspected affair, plead not guilty

Social networks have become part of people’s ordinary everyday lives and many of us spend a lot of hours every single day online. With the rising number of online users on every single social network nowadays, the risk of cyber attacks and other online dangers is huge.

A man paid and learned this lesson the harder way.

A 45-year-old victim from Texas whose identity was not released by the authorities, had been chatting with the 43-year-old Mishanda R. over social media and both arranged to meet at Mishanda’s AirBnb rental in Louisiana, where he was viciously beaten by her husband.

According to the police report, the victim was unaware that Mishanda was married with the 41-year-old Malcom R. and had been in touch with her for several weeks prior to the assault. Reportedly, Mishanda told the victim that she was going to be in Louisiana for a couple of days due to a work conference and both agreed to meet at her rental.

Upon arriving at the scheduled location, the victim was “welcomed” by the armed Malcom, who tied him to a chair and started asking question about his relationship with Mishanda.

Malcom viciously beat with a hammer and a baseball bat, cut and robbed the victim while holding him at a gunpoint. Eventually, the couple put the victim in Malcom’s vehicle and dumped him on the side of the road a few miles away from Mishanda’s rental.

A passerby found the victim laying on the side of the road and called 911. The victim allegedly sustained a broken arm and a broken leg as a result of the assault. Police didn’t confirm if the victim and Mishanda were involved into an affair, but confirmed that they’ve spent some time together back in college. The identity of the victim has not been revealed.

Malcom and Mishanda were arrested in their hometown in North Carolina following the assault and instead of being transported by authorities, a North Carolina judge allowed the couple to post bond and travel to Louisiana under the agreement that they surrender to authorities.

Both of them were arraigned on the charges for aggravated kidnapping, aggravated battery, armed robbery and aggravated assault with a firearm on October 28. In their first court appearance, they pleaded not guilty.

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