Granddaughter Of Leader Of Religious Sect Claims Mom Doesn’t Believe Her Allegations Of Horrific Abuse
Natalie was born into the religious sect the Zion Society. Her grandfather, Arvin Shreeve, was the leader of the group that she calls a “cult.”
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Natalie claims that the group engaged in sexual abuse. “There was a manual that taught us specifically how to please a man with sexually explicit instructions,” Natalie says. “There are such various spectrum of abuse that happened. So some of it was who showed me pictures to who actually touched me or made me touch them.”
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Natalie says that when she was 8, her mom left the group and took her with her – and to this day, she claims her mom doesn’t believe what occurred. In the video above, Natalie recalls how her mom reacted when she told her she was raped and abused.
On Monday’s episode of Dr. Phil, hear the stories of other women who claim they survived living in the Zion Society. Check here to see where you can watch.
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