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Man Admits Forcing Housekeepers to Strip

SPRINGFIELD, Mo. - Sentencing is set for Jan. 24, 2014, for a Republic man accused of trying to force two housekeepers to take their clothes off at gunpoint.
SPRINGFIELD, Mo. - Sentencing is set for Jan. 24, 2014, for a Republic man accused of trying to force two housekeepers to take their clothes off at gunpoint.

Jay Jett, 57, pleaded guilty on Monday to accusations he had ordered the women to take their clothes off while they cleaned his home on S. Countryside Avenue in early March.

According to online court records, the plea was part of a plea agreement with Greene County prosecutors. Bond was reduced to $4,900 and Jett was returned to custody in the county jail, where he was listed as an inmate today.

According to a probable cause statement filed in the case, Jett got a handgun and started yelling at them when they refused to disrobe, but the women were able to get away when a Missouri Gas Energy employee showed up to fix the gas meter at the house.

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