The massive manhunt for two murderers who made a daring escape from an upstate New York prison continued today.

Shepard Smith reported that Joyce Mitchell, the prison worker accused of helping convicted murderers David Sweat and Richard Matt escape from Clinton Correctional Facility, reportedly had sexual relationships with both killers.

Mitchell, who was a tailor shop worker at the prison, reportedly told investigators that she was supposed to drive the men to her home, where they allegedly planned to kill her husband. 

The 51-year-old woman said she got cold feet and checked herself into a local hospital as the two men escaped from the prison on June 6. 

She was arraigned Friday on a felony charge of promoting prison contraband and a misdemeanor count of criminal facilitation, Fox News reported. Mitchell is accused of smuggling in hacksaw blades, chisels and a screwdriver bit to help the men escape. 

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