“I’ve been the recipient of many misportrayals myself,” Sensible advised E!, “and it is all the time been necessary to me that, if there’s any approach I will help and permit them to painting their story in a approach that is going to be true to them…then I need to give that to them.”
Thomas mentioned that she’s feeling stronger than ever now, however it admittedly took a very long time, and her restoration remains to be a piece in progress.
“I was scared to enter shops,” she shared. “I used to not need to go away my home, shut the blinds, you recognize, have another person go grocery looking for me—and I do not try this anymore. I simply stroll as if nothing bothers me, or at the very least I attempt to. Even when it does, I attempt to not let different folks learn about it.”
Requested if there was something she would inform Cummins now, Thomas mentioned, level clean, “I hope he rots and dies in there.”
Sensible mentioned she seconded that, including, “However I would additionally say, ‘You didn’t break her. You didn’t destroy her. She is stronger than you ever thought she was.'”
Thomas agreed. “I am not scared,” she mentioned. “Nothing he can do is ever going to harm me anymore.”
Kidnapped By My Instructor: The Elizabeth Thomas Story premieres Saturday, Aug. 12, at 8 p.m. on Lifetime, adopted at 10 p.m. by Past the Headlines: The Elizabeth Thomas Story With Elizabeth Sensible
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