Terror & Betrayal: They Were Attacked, She Was Abducted — and Police Said It Was All Lies
In March of 2015, Denise Huskins and her boyfriend, Aaron Quinn, were bound with zip ties and forced into a closet in Aaron's Vallejo, Calif. home.
In the closet, they were drugged and blindfolded with blacked out goggles. Their attackers, they were told, were from a well-organized, highly-trained group that collected financial debt. Denise would be kidnapped, they said — and then returned in 48 hours if Aaron paid a ransom.
Denise was taken from the home and held captive at a remote location, where she was drugged and raped twice by her abductor. She was released two days later on March 25 near her mother's home in Huntington Beach, Calif.