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A Woman Invited A Couple Over For A Threesome. A Housekeeper Later Found One Dead, The Other Crying For Help.

Indiana Woman Found Guilty Of Murder After Threesome
Source: Vanderburgh County Sheriff’s Office; Mega

Heidi Carter invited a woman and her boyfriend over to her home in Evansville and the three had consensual sex after taking drugs and alcohol.

Feb. 20 2023, Published 12:42 p.m. ET

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An Indiana woman was convicted on rape and murder charges after she met a woman on a dating app and a threesome they arranged turned deadly.

On Oct. 19 2021, Heidi Kathleen Carter, 37, invited the woman and the woman's boyfriend, Tim Ivy, 50, over to her home in Evansville, court records state.

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After drinking alcohol and taking drugs, the three engaged in consensual sex, but the tryst became violent when Carter’s boyfriend, Carrey Hammond, arrived at the house and became enraged and attacked Ivy, the man with the two women.

“The next thing I know, there’s a man bursting through the door with a baseball bat attacking us,” recalled the surviving female victim, according to WKRC.

Court records show that Hammond tied up the couple with duct tape and then beat and abused the pair for hours with Carter’s help.

According to the female victim, Carter held a gun on the couple and threatened to kill them while Hammond raped the woman. Carter was also verbally encouraging Hammond during the attack, according to the court documents.

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Carter eventually left the room momentarily, and while she was gone, Hammond strangled Ivy to death using his belt when Ivy tried to escape his duct tape restraints.

Hammond wrapped Ivy’s body in blankets and when Carter returned she offered to help move his body to a different room, court records show.

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After the slaying, the couple hired a housekeeper to come in and clean the house. While Carter and Hammond ordered pizza, they instructed her to clean two bedrooms.

While cleaning, the housekeeper heard a female crying for help. When the housekeeper “went to sit down on what she thought was a pile of pillows and blankets” she noticed there was a body, FOX News reported.

Hammond and Carter unsuccessfully attempted to stop the housekeeper from fleeing the residence, but she eventually escaped and sought help.

When authorities arrived at the house, Hammond exited holding an object that appeared to be a gun. Officers opened fire, killing Hammond.

Carter told investigators that she only pretended to help Hammond to appease him.

Despite her claims, she was found guilty of aiding, inducing or causing murder, criminal confinement, and aiding, inducing or causing rape.

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