Beyond the Headlines: Circle of Deception – Beauty Queens Gone Bad | Lifetime

Dr. Judy Ho, a Licensed Clinical and Forensic Neuropsychologist, discusses instances in which beauty queens were involved in criminal cases, much like in the Lifetime movie inspired by true events “Ann Rule’s Circle of Deception.” #BeyondtheHeadlines
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