- Feb 25, 2013
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This is good -- how many times do we see this with big ego, arrogant, perps:Lifetime is making a true crime movie on it called ‘Hoax: The Kidnapping of Sherri Papini’. The case's actual details were unearthed six years later when a deacon in the sheriff’s church was asked about the Bible verse tattooed on Sherri Panini’s shoulder. The deacon stated, "And so I told him it's Exodus 21:16, and it says something to the effect of 'if anyone has kidnapped someone, they should be put to death'." The verse inked onto Sherri's shoulder raised even more suspicions — it seemed like a bizarre coincidence that she would have this verse tattooed on her body, especially after claiming to have been kidnapped by two women. So the sheriff decided to investigate her story.
'Sherri Papini: I Kidnapped Myself': Lifetime's crime movie to unveil TRUTH behind fake kidnappingSherri Papini's lies laid bare in new moviemeaww.com
LOS ANGELES, Jan. 27 (UPI) -- Jaime King plays Sherri Papini, who was convicted in 2022 of faking her own kidnapping in 2016 in the Lifetime movie, Sherri Papini: I Kidnapped Myself, premiering Saturday at 8 p.m. EST on Lifetime.
King said she felt media coverage of Papini's case neglected to examine Papini's mental health issues and abusive past. The film shows Keith Pappini (Matt Hamilton) describing Sherri's anxiety, saying she cried when overwhelmed.
Jaime King: Mental health, abuse led to Sherri Papini kidnapping hoax - UPI.comJaime King, who plays Sherri Papini in the Lifetime movie "I Kidnapped Myself," said she felt media coverage of the Papini kidnapping hoax ignored the root causes.www.upi.com
"She answered questions not asked [by investigators] to control the narrative."