Four months on from Sherri Papini‘s alleged kidnapping and escape, new information about the Californian mother-of-three has come out.
The 34-year-old was abducted on November 2, 2016, while she was out jogging near her California home and was found before dawn, chained and beaten, 22 days later on the side of a highway.
While three other women have disappeared from the same area and police claim they have no reason to disbelieve Papini’s story, now further information from Papini’s past has emerged.
According to police reports obtained from Shasta Country Sheriff's office, Papini attempted to break into her sister's house in October 2000. An hour after the break-in, Papini was reported to be at her parents' home, vandalising the property.
Reports from 2003 claim Papini's mother called the sheriff’s office seeking advice about her then 21-year-old daughter's latest actions. The mother told police Papini was self-harming and wrongly telling people the wounds were inflicted by her parents.