Sisters allegedly sexually assault man with pliers, force him to drink urine
In October, sisters Valerie Bartkey, 24, and Amanda Johnson, 17, both of Somerset, allegedly forced a man to undress, twisted his penis with pliers, and forced him to drink their urine.
The victim later told authorities that the penis twisting was the most painful thing he's ever experienced.
The Pioneer Press reports that the 18-year-old victim found himself at a residence in the sisters' hometown of Somerset when they began punching and kicking him. After the beatdown, the sisters brought the victim a yellow-colored beverage to drink. They told him it was lemonade. Only after the victim took a sip did he realize the sour-tasting liquid was actually one or both of the sisters' urine.
Another Bartkey mug from a previous arrest.
After beating him and forcing him to drink pee, the sisters told the man to undress. One of the sisters said they wanted to have sex with him. But instead, Johnson allegedly threatened the victim with a belt while Bartkey sexually assaulted him with pliers.
Following the incident, the sisters must've been worried the victim would eventually go to police, as Johnson allegedly called him later in the month and threatened him, saying she would tell authorities he smoked marijuana during the nightmare threesome. The man told authorities that although he didn't smoke weed during the evening from hell, both of the sisters did.
Both Bartkey and Johnson are charged with a felony count of second-degree sexual assault by force and misdemeanor counts of battery and criminal damage to property. Johnson is also charged with a misdemeanor count of intimidating a victim. The felony count has a maximum penalty of 25 years in prison.
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