A serial rape suspect has been charged with a third sexual assault, and police say the evidence suggests there may be many more victims.
Jesus Madrid-Dubon was arrested last week after a 16-year-old girl said she was kidnapped at gunpoint and raped outside a vacant warehouse.
She told police Madrid-Dubon recorded video of the attack.
Police say they linked Madrid-Dubon to another rape in that area in January, and a third rape at an empty lot back in August.
Police are investigating one more case they've connected to Madrid-Dubon, and they are urging other victims to come forward.
However, Andrea Medellin, 21, is standing by Madrid-Dubon, her common-law husband of seven years, who's the father of her three children and another one on the way.
"He is 100 percent innocent," said Medellin.
Police say Madrid-Dubon lured victims through social media sites like Kik and MocoSpace.
"None of us have a Kik," said Medellin. "That's what I'm saying; I don't know where that's coming from."
"Is it possible your husband could have had a secret life you don't know about?" asked FOX 4's Shaun Rabb.
"No, because we never kept secrets," said Medellin.
Dallas Police say Madrid-Dubon's serial acts were secret from those who knew him.
An arrest affidavit in one of the attacks says Dubon "displayed a pink taser...held it to her neck."
When FOX 4 asked Medellin about the taser, she said, "That was actually mine, and that's something that I always carried with me for protection."
Medellin says they did have an old gun in their apartment home.
"That one was pretty much just a show," she said. "It didn't have bullets. It's not armed. It's nothing. It's just there."
According to an arrest affidavit, detectives..."located files within an iPod that depicted...sexual acts...with unknown females...while holding a pink taser...were being compelled to perform the sexual acts."
"All of our iPods just have strictly music strictly music; nothing more, nothing less," said Medellin.
"And is that something that was part of him, to videotape intimacies?" asked Rabb.
"No, that was not him," she said.
While not specific, police say that iPod held videos of around 10 women who seem compelled to perform sex acts.
They suspect other victims and ask women to call 214-790-1359 if they were assaulted by Madrid-Dubon.
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