Dr. Phil sat on a private set of his show. "Today on the show we're telling the story, well my guest is telling the story of her life. Her name is Sophia Robinson who is on the right side of the picture with her tongue sticking out. Jasmine is on the left - her best friend. Now, i want you to take a look at that picture. What would people automatically, INSTANTLY, think about this girl. That Sophia...is a party girl. She loves to go out and hang with her frineds. Have a good time. Party night out with the girls. Well, take another guess. She hates partying. Hates it! Absolutely hates going to parties. She hates drinking, doesn't smoke. It's not like she had some epiphany or something awhile ago. she just doesn't do certain things, and i don't blame her. It's her decision. But it was also her decision to tell somebody about the things that she let go on. I'm not saying it's her fault that things happened, which i'll tell you in a second. But i am saying that she had the power, the right, the decision to let someone know that something bad was going on. It ruined her persepective, her views about men and, it changed her life. I'll say it again, it is not her fault that the situation she was put in happened because she was a minor, at the time. But she knew and was told by teachers and principles and staffs and parents that if something ever happens, to tell somebody. Seven years ago and for four years, Sophia was being raped by two grown, adult men who were also teachers at her high school. Sophia is here on the show today."
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