Frontenac men allegedly threaten woman with waterboarding and record rape

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ST. LOUIS, MO (KTVI) - Two Frontenac men have been charged with sexual assault.  Alexander Doering, 22, and Jeremiah Horsfall-Steinbrenner, 22, threatened to water board their victim if she didn't comply.  The St. Louis Post-Dispatch reports that she told investigators she was lured to their trailer to get her computer repaired.

The Probable Cause statement says that the suspects told the victim that she could not leave until she had sex with Horsfall.  The suspects then showed her handcuffs, a water pitcher and a towel. They threatened torture unless she had sex.  She complied with the demands of the men. The men also allegedly recorded the attack on a cell phone.

Police say Doering took victim's cell phone, changed the password, and then locked victim out of her phone. The men would not allow her to leave the home. She was able to escape after the men fell asleep. The victim was eventually able to get help.

The men are charged on two counts.  Rape or attempted rape in the 1st degree and felonious restraint.



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