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Three people have been indicted for allegedly kidnapping two actors and holding them hostage for $10,000 ransom.

Keith Andre Steward, Johntae Jones, and Amber Neal were indicted Wednesday in Los Angeles County Superior Court. The three suspects facing charges including kidnapping, assault with a firearm, grand theft, mayhem, conspiracy and possession for sale of a controlled substance, methamphetamine.

The article goes on to state the following:

They allegedly abducted Daisy McCrackin, 36 — who is best known for her role in “Halloween Resurrection” — and another actor Joseph Capone from McCrackin’s home on May 3, 2017. The suspects allegedly attacked the actors, and pistol-whipped and blindfolded Capone before driving him and McCrackin to Jones’ home a few miles away in Compton, authorities said.

That’s where the suspects allegedly stripped Capone naked and held him in a bathtub — where he was beaten repeatedly and starved for 30 hours, authorities charged.

The indictment alleges Jones and Neal of taking McCrackin’s stolen 2011 red Lexus and driving her to multiple ATMs and forcing her to withdraw cash and write a check for $10,000 signed to them for Capone’s release. Neal reportedly deposited the check into her account.

Prosecutors say McCrackin was dropped at her home the next day, when she promptly called 911 to alert authorities about the alleged kidnapping and beating.

The arrest of one of the suspects drew controversy, as a number of armed officers apprehended her as a spectator recorded them. The person doing the recording questioned the officer’s use of force, not knowing about the dangerous and violent crimes she was being arrested for.

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