According to an article published by ABC News on Oct. 22, the three women at the center of the Cleveland, Ohio kidnapping case have decided to share their stories with the world.
ABC News reports that Amanda Berry and Gina DeJesus have signed a book deal to share their portions of the 10 year horror story they lived through. However, Michelle Knight, who was Ariel Castro's first victim, has decided to go her own route.
Reports indicate that Knight plans to share the details from her stay in the "house of horrors" in a three-part appearance on the Dr. Phil Show with the first episode slated to air on Nov. 4.
Knight, Berry, and DeJesus were all kidnapped between 2002 and 2004 in Cleveland, Ohio, and were held captive inside the home of Ariel Castro for nearly a decade before being rescued on May 6, 2013.
Ariel Castro was arrested shortly after the women were found, and later pleaded guilty to 329 charges including kidnapping, rape, and aggravated murder. He was sentenced to life in prison without parole, plus 1,000 in August, and was found dead in his prison cell on Sept. 3.
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