The basis for a made-for-TV movie that aired last year on Lifetime, the kidnapping of Anne Sluti was more than just the show you’ve seen. Apparently, on April 6, 2001, teenager Anne Sluti was walking to her car at the mall when a stranger came in, hit her a few times (which let her unconscious) and abducted her.
Anthony Steven Wright, widely known as Tony Zappa, is the stranger that kept 17-year old Anne Sluti captive for six days.
The guy bound her with chains and duct tape and raped her repeatedly during the ordeal, took her to Montana where he tried to steal goods from various cabins (but a smart Anne Sluti leaves clues and notes behind) before finally giving in on a police standoff at a remote cabin near Rollins.
The “Taken in Broad Daylight” show mentions that Anthony Zappa received a life sentence and $40,000 in damages for kidnapping Anne Sluti.
Is there something we’re missing guys?