Sister Of Cleveland House Of Horror Survivor Amanda Berry: ‘Please Respect Our Privacy’
Amanda Berry's sister Beth Serrano gave a brief statement outside the family's Cleveland home in an impromptu news conference Wednesday morning, asking the public to respect the family's privacy during this traumatic time.
"I want to thank the public and the media for their support," the diminutive Serrano told a throng of reporters and cameramen. "We are happy to have Amanda and her daughter home.
"We appreciate all you have done for use throughout the past ten years and thank you."
News outlets on the scene, including CNN, had prepared for Berry herself to emerge -- she was reportedly inside with her 6-year-old daughter -- but an FBI spokeswoman said her sister would be talking instead. No questions were fielded.
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As we previously reported, Berry was rescued with her daughter, Jocelyn; Gina DeJesus; and Michelle Knight from a Cleveland house of horrors, where they were held captive since the early-2000s.
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Knight had been missing 11 years (since Aug. 23, 2002), Berry 10 (April 21, 2003), and DeJesus nine (April 2, 2004).