The American woman who was kidnapped in Afghanistan and held hostage for five years — giving birth to three children while in captivity — has accused her husband of physically and emotionally abusing her while the family was being held by Taliban-linked militants. The allegations levied by Caitlan Coleman against her Canadian husband Joshua Boyle are contained in newly unsealed court documents obtained by the Ottawa Citizen. Boyle, Coleman and their three young children were rescued in Pakistan in late The couple had been abducted five years earlier while backpacking through Afghanistan. Coleman was five months pregnant at the time. Shortly after the family landed on Canadian soil, Boyle told reporters that his wife had been raped and one of their children was killed during their time in captivity. The allegations were later denied by the Taliban.
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Updated November 21, An American woman, her Canadian husband and their three children have been released after years of being held captive by a Taliban-linked group, US and Pakistani officials have said. US officials said Pakistan secured the release of Caitlan Coleman of Stewartstown, Pennsylvania, and her husband, Canadian Joshua Boyle, who were abducted five years ago while traveling in Afghanistan and had been held by the Haqqani network in Pakistan. Ms Coleman was pregnant when she was captured.
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