Wysolovski also allegedly forced the girl to perform sexual acts against her will, according to the warrant.
The girl, 16 at the time, went missing on May 23, 2016.
The FBI found the girl with the help of a woman in Romania whom she contacted online, Channel 2 Action News reported. The girl had told the woman she was being held captive and sent her a photo from the room where she was kept. The woman alerted the authorities who found the 17-year-old at Wysolovski's home the next day.
Wysolovski is being held without bond at the Gwinnett County Detention Center. His attorney, Matt Crosby, did not respond to requests for comment.
The girl’s father, who the AJC is also not identifying to preserve her anonymity, said his daughter has become a “hero” for families who are missing a loved one.
“While there are many questions surrounding these events, we look forward to the truth being exposed over time,” he told the AJC. “Thank you to the amazing efforts of law enforcement and the support our friends and community have shared with our family. Never give up.”
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Congress is looking at ways to help Georgia and other state process rape kits and analyze evidence.