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A couple of thoughts come to mind.
1. See if you can get a pair of Vise-grips on the exposed stud and use a wrench to turn the lug nut off.
2. Get something to protect your wheel, get a hammer and break the stud off. If the stud is spinning you'll probably have to replace it anyway.
Just my suggestions -
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