Texas Rapper Arrested For Holding Woman In Captivity, Drugging And Raping Her For Years

She tried to escape several times but was unsuccessful.

A local Houston rapper was arrested Thursday on suspicion of kidnapping a pregnant woman and keeping her in his garage for at least four years. ABC News report. Lee “Viper” Carter, 52, was arrested by Houston police on Thursday and charged with aggravated kidnapping, according to the Fox affiliate. Kuzazu.

The woman told police that she was kidnapped about four or five years ago while she was begging on the street while pregnant. According to the complaint, Carter approached the woman and asked her to give him a dollar, then she returned and asked if she needed her help, and she then told him to get into her car. He then drove her to his home on Perry Street in Houston and held her captive for several years. new york post report.

The woman said that while in captivity, she was forced to live in his garage, where she was repeatedly sexually assaulted and denied access to a toilet or shower. She was allowed to leave the garage to take her shower and was given only potato chips and snacks for her meals, but she said she hadn't had enough to eat in a long time. added.

Documents obtained by FOX 26 Houston say the victim “begged to leave,” but Carter administered crack cocaine to her, making it “physically impossible” for her to escape from the garage. It is said that it became It was not immediately clear whether the woman gave birth while in captivity.

She tried to escape several times but was unsuccessful.

The woman finally contacted police through the communications platform TextNow in April 2023 after Carter allowed her to use his laptop, documents said. Authorities said the woman, approximately 30 years old and 5 feet 2 inches tall, was “malnourished” and she weighed just over 70 pounds. Her last year when they contacted her. A warrant against Carter was filed in April, but her arrest was not made until Friday.

He is currently being held in the Harris County Jail, with bail set at $100,000. He is scheduled to appear in Houston court today, January 8, for a preliminary hearing.

Carter is best known for his 2008 album You'll Cowards Don't Even Smoke Crack, and some of his music videos have received millions of views on YouTube.



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