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Wisconsin man sentenced to 50 years for brutal torture of stripper girlfriend

May 24, 2017  |  Posted by: Francesca Falzarano
Wisconsin man sentenced to 50 years for brutal torture of stripper girlfriend

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A judge has sentenced a Willie Jordan, the Wisconsin man accused of injecting his stripper girlfriend with heroin after he pistol-whipped, bound, and branded her with a red-hot fork, to 50 years behind bars.

Jordan, 30, was found guilty in March of armed robbery, attempted murder, false imprisonment, and delivery of heroin for the 2015 assault that left Madason McIntyre close to death in a residence filled with natural gas.

The victim managed to survive the brutal attack after a cousin came to her home hours later and discovered McIntyre unconscious with a syringe in her right arm, according to the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel.

“In a world of mayhem, this one is off the charts,” Milwaukee County Circuit Judge Thomas McAdams said while issuing Jordan’s sentence on Monday.

Willie Jordan was sentenced to 50 years in prison for the horrific attack

He was also sentenced to an additional 30 years of supervision if he is ever released.

Assistant District Attorney Laura Crivello said that the victim, who did not attend the hearing, is still terrified of Wille Jordan — a father of two whom she started dating six months before the violent attack. McAdams, who is a stripper at Silk Exotic, said it was “a miracle” that she survived the assault.

The criminal complaint indicates that Jordan told McIntyre on December 6, 2015, that he wanted to come over and arrived at her house with Mario Wood and Arielle Webb, who was a former roommate of McIntyre’s.

McIntyre said Jordan got furious with her after she said that she didn’t know where she put a gun he gave her, leading the trio to put gloves on and shut the blinds.

The man then purportedly grabbed McIntyre by the hair and slammed her to the ground.

Willie Jordan is accused of pistol-whipping the woman and then holding her down as he and Webb started tying her up with duct tape.

Arielle Webb and Mario WoodMilwaukee County Sheriff’s Office

After choking McIntyre with a wool hat, Jordan said he wanted to play tic-tac-toe and put a fork on a stove to heat it up before he repeatedly burned crosshatches into the victim’s legs.

Wood, who held a pistol to McIntyre’s head, then moved her to an upstairs bathroom and let her get dressed. Jordan then re-taped McIntyre and injected her two times with heroin.

She had never taken the drug and told authorities that she felt a burning pain before she lost consciousness.

The three suspects then untaped her body before taking her purse, $1,000 in cash, and her dog.

Hours later, McIntyre’s cousin discovered her and called 911 after she failed to show up for work.

Three days later, McIntyre told authorities about the attack, but it took months for any arrests to be made. Wood, who was charged in April, was already behind brs and Jordan was arrested last August.

Webb turned herself into police in September after she saw herself on TV as one of Wisconsin’s most wanted. She was sentenced to three years’ probation after she pleaded guilty to false imprisonment and testifying against Jordan.

Wood is awaiting sentencing after adjusting his plea following McIntyre’s testimony.

Jordan plans to appeal his conviction.

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