Women Who Glued Man's Penis Must Stand Trial: Judge

Last month the women told NBC's Today show that they were the real victims

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    Looks like the charges against the Krazy Glue girls will stick.

    A judge has ruled there's enough evidence to warrant a trial for four Wisconsin women accused of luring a man to a motel room and supergluing his penis to his stomach.

    Donessa Davis, the 37-year-old Fond du Lac man who had his junk stuck to his trunk, testified Tuesday in Calumet County Circuit Court that he went to the motel room expecting a romantic interlude with a girlfriend but instead ended up being tied to a bed by the girlfriend and three other women, including his now-estranged wife, and having his penis glued to his stomach.

    Therese Ziemann of Menasha, Wendy Sewell of Kaukauna, Michelle Belliveau of Neenah and the victim's wife are each charged with being party to felony false imprisonment, a felony. Ziemann is also charged with misdemeanor sexual assault.

    Last month the women told NBC's Today show that they were the real victims.

    "If anybody is a victim in all this its all the women that he's dated," said Belliveau, who claimed she was in the motel room to support her sister, Therese Ziemann, who had lured Davis with the promise of a romp in the sheets. "They gave their heart to him and he broke their hearts."

    Scores of men, grimmacing vicariously, probably feel differently about who the real victims were.