There's confusion over what really happened to a woman who, police say, was kidnapped and held against her will for a decade.
Some friends and neighbors say that story doesn't add up.
They say the woman seemed happily married to her alleged captor, with whom she had a child.
But now another high-profile kidnapping victim is speaking out, warning people not to be so quick to judge.
"Unless you were walking in her shoes, you have no reason to talk, none at all," said Michelle Knight, one of three women freed from years of brutal captivity in a Cleveland home in 2013.
CNN's Kyung Lah has our report.