Woman found naked, chained up in hotel room

A woman has been found chained up naked, naked, tied up and locked in a hotel room for almost six months, authorities in Texas said on Wednesday.

In a news conference, Texas police Chief Michael Bexar said the woman, who was identified as 31-year-old Mary Marie Lopez, was discovered in the hotel room of a guest at the Austin-based Holiday Inn Express on Wednesday morning.

“She was tied up, naked with duct tape and plastic restraints and had no food or water,” Bexaar said.

Lopez was found on the second floor of the hotel after being found in a motel room on April 13, and Bexare said police found a number of items in her room including a knife and a gun, which were not believed to be used.

“We don’t know where the knife came from,” BEXAAR said.

“It was recovered from her room.”

The hotel’s owner said he was unaware of Lopez’s case.

The woman, known by family as Mary Marie, is the mother of two young children.

She was last seen leaving a convenience store in May, Bexasar said, adding she has not been seen since.

Why are there no pink sandals in the Women’s Super League?

Wal-Mart is expected to launch its first pink sandal in the WSL, which begins on Wednesday, but the retailer has yet to confirm a model.

According to a report in the Italian press, the company’s Women’s Soccer team will use a pink sandaled boot to wear during the WSA season.

The pink boot is said to be a collaboration with the sportswear brand Nudie, which is famous for its women’s sandals.

A spokesperson for the Italian retailer told Sportiva the company was not yet ready to confirm the model.

The WSL is the first-ever league to be based on a gender-neutral model, following in the footsteps of the Bundesliga and Serie A. The new WSL will feature 16 teams and eight groups, with the first group of eight teams scheduled to kick off on March 9.