> The couple was charged 'with a combined 102 felonies that allege incidents of statutory rape, sodomy, and child molestation.'
> With the help of TikTok videos made by their daughter, a couple was charged with the alleged sexual abuse at a Christian reform school in Missouri.
> According to a St. Louis Post-Dispatch report, Boyd and Stephanie Householder, "who ran now-defunct Circle of Hope Girls Ranch and Boarding School in Cedar County, a religious boarding school for troubled girls in southwest Missouri," were scheduled for arraignment in county's circuit court.
> > @exposingagapeboysranch
> > #greenscreen #exposingcircleofhope #fyp #ifb #cult
> > ♬ original sound - Amanda Householder
> Amanda Householder has been ringing the bell for attention to be called to Circle of Hope via a popular TikTok page, @exposingagapeboysranch. Circle of Hope and its practices appears to have spawned from Agapé Boarding School, another Christian-based boarding school with similar allegations.
> She says she's been overwhelmed with the responses but that she's "sad" at the arrests of her parents. However, she says the elder Householders "made their bed, and now they're gonna have to lay in it" and that "it's about time."
there doesn't seem to be anything here