Man accused of holding woman he met through dating app against will for three weeks, beating her

A man from Michigan is accused of holding a woman he met through a dating app against her will and beating her for weeks.

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Trevor Double, 45, is now facing assault charges.

Van Buren County Deputy Sgt. James Charon said Kaila McCleary, 24, met Double on the app MeetMe, using an alias. They went on a date after speaking for several weeks, WWMT reported.

She said that Double came to her home unexpectedly to ask her on a breakfast date.

That was the last time she was home for three weeks.

Charon said Double kept McCleary at his home, beating her more severely as the time passed.

After multiple alleged beatings with various objects, Double eventually took McCleary to a hospital for treatment, where she said she told the doctor what she said was happening, WWMT reported.

Double has been charged with intent to do great bodily harm less than murder, according to court documents and is in the Van Buren County Jail.

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