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Let’s talk about Betrayal, hosted by Jenifer Faison and Andrea Gunning. Betrayal is a real-life fairy-tale gone wrong. When Spencer is accused of assault, Jenifer uncovers the dark, secret life her husband had been living during their entire marriage.
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Host: Jenifer Faison and Andrea Gunning
Genre: Non-Fiction, Crime
Listen on: Spotify, iTunes, Audible
This is a story of a real-life fairytale gone wrong. It’s a cautionary tale about a marriage filled with betrayal and deceit that many people are still recovering from its path of destruction. This is the story of Jenifer Faison. After 20 years apart, Jenifer reconnected with her college sweetheart, Spencer Herron. He was a two-time Teacher of the Year, and Jen was convinced she had married the perfect husband. On June 1, 2018, that all changed. Jenifer came home to find Spencer holding a search warrant. He had sexually assaulted one of his students. In the days that followed Spencer’s arrest, Jenifer uncovered a dark, secret life her husband had been living during their entire marriage. His actions shook a community, devastated his wife, and sent Spencer Herron to prison. Climbing out of the devastation would be a journey Jen could have never imagined.
I can’t stress enough how important it is for everyone to listen to this podcast. Listening to the story and the signs of grooming that tend to go unnoticed made me realize that I have been groomed personally many times in my life. Jen said she decided to share her horrible betrayal to help others. I can honestly say that she did just that for me and so many others who have had similar experiences and now know they are not alone. I love that this podcast focused on the victims and didn’t glorify or give added publicity to the abuser.
I give Betrayal 5 out of 5 stars.
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