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An Eagle Mountain woman was behind bars Friday, accused of having repeatedly sexually abused two physically handicapped women at a Lehi group home.

Karolyn Cheyanne Williams, 19, was being held in lieu of $100,000 bail on suspicion of 10 counts each of forcible sodomy, object rape and forcible sexual abuse, all first-degree felonies.

Acting on information provided by Utah Adult Protective Services, Lehi police had arrested Williams on Wednesday.

She reportedly told investigators the sexual contact was consensual, while the alleged victims say it was not.

As of Friday, Williams had not yet been scheduled for a first appearance in Provo's 4th District Court.

Adult Protective Services spokeswoman Debbie Booth, citing agency policy, could not directly comment on the case. However, she said APS is committed to insuring the safety "of the alleged victims.

"In cases where sexual abuse is involved we typically strive to involve law enforcement as soon as possible," Booth said. "

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