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Several men responded to the ads and paid money to the couple for sexual services from the victim.

Neighbors said this is the Macomb Township mobile home and shed where Misty George and her boyfriend, Michael Welch, are accused of keeping a disabled woman, who Macomb County authorities said Oct. When the victim left the mobile home park, her family members found out what happened and contacted authorities Sept.

He is being held on a total bond of $100,000, while George is being held on a $50,000 bond, according to 41-A District Court in Shelby Township.

George's father, who asked not to be named, told the Free Press that he doesn't know if his daughter "is innocent or guilty." But he doesn't believe his daughter would keep a woman in a shed.Two neighbors said they saw a woman, who may be the victim, at the residence.Budzynski said when she saw the woman, she never appeared in distress.The victim wasn't allowed in the home to use the restroom or shower, investigators said.Welch and George set up date advertisements for the victim through a website, according to the sheriff's office.As your heart breaks for this vulnerable woman, your conscience is shocked by the abusive cruelty one human being is capable of showing to another," Prosecutor Eric Smith said in a release announcing the charges.