Women Claim They Had To Wear ‘Sentence’ Uniforms So Everyone In Church Knew They Were Being Punished
Kalie, Susan and Gabby claim that while they attended Hephzibah House, a Christian all-girl boarding school, they were abused, a claim the school adamantly denies.
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One of the ways they claim they were punished was by having to wear a “sentence” uniform. “That’s what we had to wear in front of the church so the whole church would know that we were in trouble,” Kalie says.
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Hear more in the video above, including from another former student who defends Hephzibah House and claims Kalie, Susan and Gabby are lying. Plus, what do the women claim about their education at the school?
This episode airs Monday. Then, on Tuesday, a former Hephzibah House staff member describes what she says she witnessed inside the walls of the school. Check here to see where you can watch.
Pastor Ron Williams respectfully declined the opportunity to participate in this Dr. Phil episode. He adamantly denies that there is any abuse in this boarding school. Click here to read the Hephzibah House full response to the allegations.