GREENVILLE, S.C. - A woman held captive in a shipping container in South Carolina will face her kidnapper on Wednesday for the first time since the 2016 crime.
The Greenville News reports that convicted killer Todd Kohlhepp and his surviving victim Kala Brown, will be in court for a wrongful death lawsuit.
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Kohlhepp killed seven people and is serving life in prison.
One of those victims was Brown's boyfriend. Investigators found her chained up in the shipping container in 2016.
Brown had not previously attended any of Kohlhepp's court hearings.
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