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On an April day when Patrick Leberth allegedly held a woman captive for sex at his Monroe Community College dormitory, he could be seen walking down the college hall with her, holding hands, smiling and chatting.
On another day in late April when Leberth allegedly held the woman hostage, the two of them went to her church, driven to and from by the church pastor, who afterward returned the woman to her home and Leberth to MCC.
Also during the alleged period of captivity — April 28 through May 1 — Leberth accompanied the woman to a jewelry store where she tried to sell a ring given to her by a former boyfriend.
There, according to the store employees, Leberth was gentlemanly and patient as the young woman learned that the ring was nearly worthless.
Herba's story isn't the only thing raising questions; the model's story is also being accused of being a hoax."There were legitimate doubts [about her story] at the start, which were surpassed," Pesce told the Guardian.
That's when they arrested him, she said."I was always under the impression innocence matters, but it doesn't," she said. They're on a mission."The evidence that police considered incriminating was a text exchange between Leberth and the woman, Lopez said.
In the texts she accused Leberth of rape and sexual assaults.
Leberth, who was in class when receiving the texts, responded apologetically, answering, "I really am truly sorry from the bottom of my heart for hurting you."But Leberth was paying little attention to the context of the texts, and apologized for the break-up, Lopez said.
These actions may not sound like those of a young man keeping his own sex slave in restraint.
And a Monroe County grand jury agreed: The evidence of Leberth’s innocence was so ample that the grand jury refused to indict him a few weeks ago.
If there was one saving grace, Leberth was in jail for 11 days after his arrest, blind to most of the media coverage.