Michelle Knight is not moving in with fellow kidnapping victim Gina DeJesus and her family. HollywoodLife.com has spoken to an insider very close to the situation, who tells us that despite the fact that Gina’s family offered to take Michelle into their home, it not going to happen.
Amanda Berry, 27, and Gina DeJesus, 23, were welcomed back to their homes with immense fanfare — citizens gathered outside the houses and cheered triumphantly, leaving balloons and other gifts. The third Cleveland kidnapping victim, Michelle Knight, 30, spent her first days of freedom in a hospital bed being treated for physical and mental abuse, and has not had such a joyous homecoming. Because she grew up in an abusive family before being kidnapped by Ariel Castro, she has no real home to go to — but Gina and her family are changing that.
Michelle Knight is home and recovering with her family. The woman who disappeared in 2002, is in “good spirits” according to a statement from her. She was one of three women who was raped and kidnapped by Ariel Castro.
Rick Sanchez says he was inside Ariel Castro’s home, before Amanda Berry, Gina DeJesus and Michelle Knight escaped, but he never picked up a hint of the home’s hidden dungeon and the captured women inside. However, now that the crime has been revealed, he does remember a few outlandish details about the home.
Gina DeJesus‘ mother, Nancy Ruiz, revealed the tearful moment she first saw her kidnapped daughter, Gina, now 23, after 9 long years of not knowing if she was dead or alive.
Michelle Knight, 32, told police that she saved the life of Amanda Berry‘s daughter by giving the baby CPR after she was born. The baby had trouble breathing, and the women’s alleged kidnapper, Ariel Castro, told Michelle she had to save the baby, or else he would kill Amanda.
Since the three women escaped captivity on May 6, after ten years, they’ve been reuniting with family. Gina DeJesus arrived at her family’s home on May 8, wearing a yellow hooded sweatshirt. Men wearing T-shirts, with “guardian angel” printed on them, stood behind police tape in front of the home as a huge crowd cheered for Gina upon her arrival.