Former beauty Queen, Miss Wyoming winner 1973 Joyce McKinney being arrested by police after kidnapping Mormon missionary Kirk Anderson from his church, forcing him to be her sex slave for 3 days in 1977.
After the case, McKinney absconded from the United Kingdom and was allowed to reside in the United States with a falsified passport. In 2008 it was learned that she made five clones of her pet pit bull in South Korea, and was subsequently charged with plotting to have a teenager break into a house to raise funds for a prosthetic leg for her horse. In 2016, she sued Errol Morris for making a documentary about her.
She also drove over and killed a 91-year-old Holocaust survivor with her truck and fleeing the scene in 2019. Police later found her truck parked near the Hollywood Burbank Airport.
They pondered how they would get the woman out – then she stepped out on her own. Apparently unaware of the detectives, McKinney dropped her pants and urinated as the officers looked on.
The detectives then walked up and started questioning her. She was eventually declared mentally unfit to stand trial and ordered to be housed in a mental-health facility.