The three Cleveland women who escaped after a decade of being imprisoned will not be giving any media interviews, a spokesman for the women said on Sunday. The women asked for “time, space, and privacy” while they recover with their families. The spokesman, attorney James Wooley, asked that anyone who wanted to donate money to help the women should make sure to work with “legitimate entities,” such as the Cleveland Courage Fund set up by three City Council members. But despite the pleas for privacy, it appears that a TV movie about the kidnapping is already in the works.
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