Charles Ramsey has been dubbed the hero in the freeing of Amanda Berry, Gina DeJesus and Michelle Knight. These three women were abducted and held captive in a dungeon. Ariel Castro and his two brothers, were arrested on May 7, after Amanda called 911. Charles, who ran over to the house after he heard screaming, spoke out in this interview and said that he was eating a Big Mac when he held the girls escape.
Amanda Berry‘s daughter Jocelyn, 6, was born on Christmas in 2006 while being held in captivity, allegedly by Ariel Castro, 52, and his two brothers, Onil, 50, and Pedro, 54. After Amanda courageously escaped with her little girl, authorities say the 6-year-old is healthy and doing well — while police await a paternity test to confirm her father’s identity.
Amanda Berry, Gina DeJesus and Michelle Knight were allegedly raped and beaten while pregnant, a new report says. The three Cleveland women, who escaped to freedom on May 6, were reportedly forced to have sex with their alleged captors — Ariel, Olin and Pedro Castro.
While Ariel Castro allegedly kept three women locked in his Ohio basement, he let Amanda Berry‘s 6-year-old daughter out on the weekends, according to police reports. The suspected kidnapper would take the little girl to visit his mom Lillian Rodriguez, and the little girl would call her “grandma.”
Amanda Berry, Gina DeJesus and Michelle Knight vanished approximately ten years ago, and were miraculously found alive in a Cleveland, Ohio home near where they grew up on May 6. Before the three women escaped from their alleged kidnapper, Ariel Castro, his neighbors reported several unusual things at Ariel’s house. While it’s been reported that police were called and ignored the complaints, authorities say this simply isn’t true.
Amanda Berry, Gina DeJesus and Michelle Knight must learn how to move forward and deal with the trauma and torture they endured until they were found May 6. Steven Orenstein, LMFT, who has worked with countless victims of rape and child abuse, tells HollywoodLife.com that “feeling safe” is of the utmost importance for the women.
Authorities have released images of the three brothers arrested for allegedly holding Amanda Berry, Gina DeJesus and Michelle Knight captive in a home for nearly ten years. The women were found on May 6 after a neighbor helped them break free.