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Seven chilling details in Madelyn Allen’s ‘kidnapping’ include bizarre text as police say she was ‘rape several times a day’

The chilling details surrounding the alleged kidnapping of Madelyn Allen involve outlandish text messages and reports of multiple rapes per day.

Madelyn, 19, was rescued Saturday from the Utah home of suspect Brent Brown, 39, after being reported missing last week.

Madelyn Allen was rescued from a Utah home over the weekend

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Madelyn Allen was rescued from a Utah home over the weekendCredit: Facebook
She was seen in surveillance footage leaving her dorm

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She was seen in surveillance footage leaving her dormCredit: Youtube / Snow College

Student at Snow School was found at a home in Loa, Wayne County, and Brown is charged with kidnapping, rape, subject-matter and obstruction of justice.

The details of the case that have been made public so far are few, but cold.

Strange text

On the morning of Tuesday, December 14, Madelyn sent family members a text that read: “I love you!”

Authorities believe Brown gave her permission to send her text messages before taking the phone away.

The blue-and-white text prompted Madelyn’s family to contact the police. Her college roommates also reported her disappearance to authorities.

Found in coal

After police called Madelyn on the phone and were directed to the home where she was being held, they obtained permission to search the residence from the owner’s parents, Brown.

They eventually found Madelyn in a basement area in “what has been described as the coal storage of the abode … completely covered with coal,” according to an affidavit. obtained by KSL.

Detected while monitoring

Madelyn was spotted in surveillance footage leaving her dorm on the day she was scheduled to meet with Brown, December 13.

According to authorities, he picked her up and drove her to her parents’ home, 87 kilometers from her school.

Brown is said to have alleged that the relationship was consensual.

Met Attacker on the app

Madelyn met Brown on an app, according to the affidavit.

The document says that Brown told police he met her in a backwater group chat.

He also alleges that she gave him her phone and he allowed her to send messages to her family, but then did not allow her access again.

The suspect claimed that he was impersonating

Brown was supposed to tie up the woman while he went to work, so that she would slacken enough to get food and a bathroom, the affidavit said.

The suspect testified that tying her up was a form of sexual impersonation.

The affidavit states that on December 14, she realized “her situation and began to worry that she would not be able to leave.”

Suspect ‘rape her’ several times a day

Madelyn told police that Brown “rape her several times a day” and that she didn’t want to have sex with him.

She said she was afraid to leave because he knew her family’s address and that Brown “threatened her, saying that if she left or told anyone about him, he would come with his family and sister.” her daughter,” the affidavit.

Brown claims he sent the phone by mail to Mexico

Madelyn told police that while she was at Brown’s house, they saw a news report about her disappearance.

Brown told her he sent her phone to the Arizona/Mexico border so that no one could use it to locate her, according to the arrest report.

Despite that claim, officers were able to use her phone on December 18 to ping her location and eventually find her in the home.

Police found Madelyn in a 'coal storage area'

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Police found Madelyn in a ‘coal storage area’Credit: Facebook / Jonathan Allen
She told police she realized she might be trapped on December 14

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She told police she realized she might be trapped on December 14Credit: Facebook / Jonathan Allen

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Huynh Nguyen

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