NEW BRUNSWICK, N.J. -- An exotic dancer accused of illegally keeping human body parts in her home was arrested Friday, two days after she skipped a court appearance, the Middlesex County prosecutor's office said. Linda Kay was taken into custody with the help of the bail bondsman who had posted her $100,000 bail, the office said. No new court date has been set. Messages left Friday for her lawyer, Donald DiGioia, were not immediately returned. The prosecutor's office had no immediate comment on where Kay was found and where she was being held. Kay, 31, of South Plainfield, was charged last week after police were called to her house on a report that a roommate, Sean McDonough, was suicidal and threatening to kill himself with a hammer. When police arrived, he was not there, but Kay was home. Officers who looked around the house found six human skulls and a severed human hand preserved in a jar of formaldehyde in her bedroom. Friends have said she called the hand "Freddy." She has been described as a "Goth" devotee who dances at the Hott 22 nude bar in Union under the stage name "Zilla." Andrea Leipow, a former roommate, has said the hand was a gift from a medical student who liked Kay's dancing. Kay's mother told The Star-Ledger of Newark she believed the skulls were bought from a mail order catalog. The body parts were taken to the prosecutor's office for examination and forensic testing.