Sytch's lawyer claimed that Darling "lured" Sytch to the home on Friday and since Sytch doesn't have a car, Darling came and picked her up and took her to his house, the same one she was supposed to stay away from. It is then claimed that she was given an engagement ring and asked to move back in. Sytch told the judge that once she was at the home that she was attacked by her "fiancé" and then drank and "self medicated" herself the day after the attack.
In a statement to the court, Sytch stated that, "I don't think it's fair to me. I was the one abused." Sytch filed a criminal complaint against Darling in Branford, CT yesterday and police are investing her allegations.
According to the police report of Sytch's arrest Friday, she explained to the police that she was given a key and had been living in the man's house for two weeks, even though that violated the court order. When police found her on Friday (Darling notified the police she was there), she was hiding in a bathroom shower.
She was arraigned yesterday and the judge remanded her to be held on a $100,000 cash bond. Her lawyer asked that the court have her mental health evaluated, and the case has now been continued until February 7th.