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Owners of Missouri girls’ home charged with more than 100 felonies including child abuse, statutory rape

Boyd and Stephanie Householder (Image source: CNBC video screenshot)

The Circle of Hope Girls Ranch was billed as a Christian reform school for troubled teens


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The owners of a now-defunct girls’ home in Missouri have been charged by the state’s attorney general with more than 100 felonies collectively — including sexual abuse and statutory rape — after 16 alleged victims came forward with purportedly corroborated claims.

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Attorney General Eric Schmitt (R) announced the charges against married couple Boyd and Stephanie Householder, who founded Circle of Hope Girls Ranch in 2006 as a Christian reform school for troubled teens.

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