Afterward the woman had to give the 0 she'd earned to Ovalle.“It was money that Vinnie felt that she owed him previously," Lewandowsky testified."That’s part of the reason why all this happens.”All told, Ovalle and Anderson thought the victim owed them about 0, the detective said.The Yahoo and AOL brands are expected to survive, although Verizon said it will not provide any details about its plans for Oath until this summer.'You can bet we will be launching one of the most disruptive brand companies in digital,' AOL said in a Monday statement.Yahoo was sold for 0m less than expected after two separate hacking attacks rattled the internet giant.Lewandowsky testified he could see outlines of a belt buckle in the woman's bruises, which by then would have been nearly a week old. He had her put clothes back on so he could take pictures to post in online sex ads.At one point Dexter Benning, a 30-year-old homeless man, arrived.“Dexter asked Vinny if he could have some fun," the victim testified.
The security breakdown marked the two biggest breaches in internet history, raising concerns that people might start using Yahoo less frequently and reduce the opportunities to show ads.
Over the next three days Ovalle, his girlfriend Natausha Anderson, and another woman, Serenity Stephenson, took turns beating her, the victim said. Speaking at a preliminary hearing earlier this month in Lansing's 54A District Court, the woman described three days of horror.
After refusing to let her leave the basement, Ovalle, Anderson and Stephenson told the victim to strip naked and took turns beating her with a belt.
Xtra is reporting that the 66-year-old landscaper — charged with first-degree murder in the deaths of Selim Esen and Andrew Kinsman — had been romantically involved with Skandaraj “Skanda” Navaratnam.
Police have said he was also involved with Kinsman.
LANSING - On April 8, a Lansing woman arrived at an area hospital with what a police detective would later describe as some of the worst bruising he'd ever seen.