Tim Zickuhr of ‘Ice Road Truckers’ Charged With Abducting a Vegas Prostitute and Forcing her to Jump Out

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By Tarun Mazumdar | April 22, 2014 6:18 AM EST

"Ice Road Truckers" star Tim Zickuhr has been accused of kidnapping a prostitute. According to TMZ, Tim has been charged with 3 felonies after reportedly abducting a prostitute from Las Vegas. Also, he forced the victim to jump out the window of a second-floor house.

Tim Zickuhr has been charged with three major crimes - first degree kidnapping, coercion and extortion. However, TMZ reports that the tale behind the charges is crazy.

According to a report by police officials, the prostitute, who goes by the name of Snow White, was hired by Tim to give the services on December 18, 2013.

Snow White revealed that Tim gave her his credit card and later accused her of taking advantage of the same. According to Tim, Snow White spent a lot of money using his credit card. Snow mentioned that Tim organised a meeting at his place the next day to find a solution to the money dispute.

However, she claimed that he attacked and threatened to kill her if she didn't arrange the money she had taken. Snow also revealed that Tim punched her in the face.

History Channel's "Ice Road Truckers" star tied Snow using backpack straps and beat her.  He also poured cold water on her. According to Snow, Tim locked her in the closet and asked for someone's phone number who could give him the money.

Snow White used her wisdom and gave him the number of a police officer she knew. Report claimed that Tim happened to call on that number and demanded $1,000. Reportedly, Tim threatened the person to give the money or he would kill Snow.

Tim fixed up a meeting with the police officer. However, instead of leaving the apartment through the front door, Tim forced Snow to move out from the second-floor window.

Later, the police officer met Tim and arrested him. The officer stated that Tim admitted doing everything.

According to TMZ, Tim will appear in court in May 2014.

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