Michelle Knight on Sharing Story: ‘To Give Courage and Hope to Other People’

safe_2imageMichelle Knight on sharing story: ‘To give courage and hope to other people’ After all that Michelle Knight has endured, it’s amazing that she is able to remain so positive and hopeful. That’s the message she hopes to spread by sharing her story in an upcoming TV movie. “Cleveland Abduction” debuts on Lifetime later this month. “Just to see my life unfold on set was really amazing,” Knight said in an interview for Lifetime that aired on “Entertainment Tonight.”
Knight, Amanda Berry and Gina DeJesus were rescued after being held hostage and abused for more than a decade inside a Cleveland home belonging to Ariel Castro.  Read more…


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