Antje Crapnik, German Nymphomaniac who Imprisoned Men for Sex, Found Dead in Bed
Antje Crapnik, 47, was found dead in her Munich home on Friday morning after an alleged drinking and drug binge. According to the Daily Mail, her last lover told investigators that she had been “hitting the wine” and snorting unnamed drugs before going to sleep on Thursday. The unnamed man woke up on Friday and found Crapnik lying dead in bed next to him.
Crapnik became the world’s most famous nymphomaniac this April after she was apprehended by police for allegedly holding 43-year-old disc jockey Dieter Schulz captive as a ‘sex slave’ for five hours in her Munich home.
“I was having a beer at a pub after work and met this woman, and we hit it off right away. She was quite attractive,” Schulz was quoted by Reuters. But after going back to her flat and having sex, Schulz realized he’d gotten more than he bargained for. “She was mad with sex and there was no way out of the flat,” he said. “I realized I was trapped and had to keep going until she fell asleep. So we had sex five more times.”
Schulz had to call police to rescue him.
“You have got to help me,” he pleaded, “She is trying to kill me with sex. I cannot get out– and I cannot go on!”
When officers arrived, Crapnik propositioned them for sex too. The sex-addicted woman was taken into custody and charged with sexual coercion and deprivation of freedom.
A couple of weeks later, Crapnik allegedly claimed another victim. This time, a 31-year-old African man was found crying in the street outside her apartment allegedly after being forced to have sex with his kinky captor eight times.
“I met her on a bus,” the unnamed man is quoted in the Daily Mail. “She invited me back her. Oh God, it was hell. I can’t walk. Please help me.”
The Sun reported that Crapnik had ironically been on her way home from a sex addiction clinic when she struck again.
Crapnik was then taken to a psychiatric hospital for evaluation. She is reported to have needed sex as often as 10 times a day.