A Wisconsin Dells man faces 90 years in prison after being charged with repeatedly sexually assaulting a woman in retaliation for her refusal to sign legal documents.
Carlos Andres Alvarez-Mondonedo, 34, also faces maximum fines of $225,000 for two felony charges of second-degree sexual assault and use of force and third-degree sexual assault.
According to the criminal complaint filed in Sauk County Circuit Court, a woman told Baraboo police officers during a March 4 interview that Alvarez-Mondonedo raped her in an apartment after he physically attacked her for not signing a legal document.
During the assault, which the woman said happened Feb. 12, a child came into the room, which prompted Mondonedo to stop. The woman said she went into a bedroom to get away from Mondonedo, but he attacked her again, sexually assaulting her with his hand and pouring a powder and water onto her face, causing her to choke.
Mondonedo allegedly attempted to assault the woman multiple times throughout the night, but she fought back and tried to get away. The woman said Mondonedo would continually throw her to the ground, resulting in bruising. He stopped trying because he became tired, she told police.
According to the complaint, he threatened to ruin the woman’s life if she didn’t sign the papers he used to slap her across the face at one point during the physical assault. The woman provided an audio recording of one of the sexual assaults, which is transcribed in the complaint outlining events similar to the ones described by the woman.
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