- "Halloween" actress Daisy McCrackin and actor Joseph Capone were allegedly kidnapped in May.
- The three alleged kidnappers pistol-whipped Capone and held him naked in a bathtub for 30 hours and forced McCrackin to pay the $10,000 ransom, prosecutors say.
- Police apprehended the alleged kidnappers a month later, and video of the standoff went viral.
Three people were charged in Los Angeles for an alleged scheme that involved kidnapping "Halloween: Resurrection" actress Daisy McCrackin and forcing her to pay a $10,000 ransom for actor Joseph Capone, who they allegedly also kidnapped and held naked in a bathtub for 30 hours.
The charges, revealed by the Los Angeles County district attorney office on Tuesday, allege in May, Keith Andre Stewart, Johntae Jones, and Amber Neal invaded McCrackin's home, pistol-whipped Capone, and put black bags on the victims' heads before driving them to Jones's home in Compton.
There, they "stripped Capone naked and held him without food in a bathtub for 30 hours,"according to the indictment.
During that time, they drove McCrackin to different banks so that she could pay $10,000 for Jones's release, according to the charges. She was then allegedly forced to write a check out to her kidnappers, which Neal deposited in her account.
Prosecutors say the trio then returned McCrackin to her home, where she escaped and called the police.
The kidnapping apparently climaxed in a police standoff in Inglewood this past Monday, where at least eight officers apprehended Neal. A bystander captured the standoff on video, which went viral on Twitter but has since been deleted.
Prosecutors are collectively charging Stewart, Jones, and Neal on 17 different counts, including "kidnapping, assault with a firearm, grand theft, mayhem, conspiracy, and possession for sale of a controlled substance, methamphetamine." They all face life in prison if convicted as charged.
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