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mother Sherri Papini, who mimicked the plot of Gone Girl, had a Bible verse about kidnapping branded on her shoulder after returning from her own self-abduction in 2016.
Papini, 39, disappeared from her Redding, California, neighborhood while out for a jog. The married mom of two returned weeks later almost hundreds of miles away 'dazed, battered and bruised,' and insisted she was held captive for 22 days by two Latina women.
Roman Catholic Deacon and news anchor Mike Mangas revealed in the upcoming HLN investigation documentary, Runaway Mom: The Sherri Papini Story, that investigators found a new marking on the supermom's shoulder when she returned from her 'abduction.'
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'The sheriff asked me, because I'm a deacon in my church, asked me about a certain Bible verse,' Mangas said in an exclusive clip of the documentary obtained by DailyMail.com.
'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." That was branded onto Sherri's shoulder.
Investigators began to uncover Papini's past leading up to her disappearance, including the involvement of her ex-lover prosecutors said she convinced to help her amid domestic abuse allegations against her husband.
When Papini arrived back home, she told the hoax of her disappearance and convinced the world of her story before she was formally charged earlier this year.
Papini pleaded guilty to faking her own kidnapping and lying to the FBI and now faces jail. She will be sentenced on September 19.
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The mother of two was arrested in March after fooling the whole world about her disappearance.
Her husband reported her disappearance in November 2016 when she failed to pick their children up from school. Her cell phone and earbuds were later found on the running track she used.
Weeks later she was found tortured and starved by her captors, whose faces she never saw, before being dumped by the side of the road on Thanksgiving.
When Papini was found, she had bindings on her body and self-inflicted injuries including a swollen nose and blurred 'brand' on her right shoulder. She had other bruises and rashes on many parts of her body, ligature marks on her wrists and ankles, and burns on her left forearm.
Her signature blonde hair had been cut.
Papini's antics were eerily similar to those of the main character in Gillian Flynn's smash-hit thriller novel Gone Girl, which was later turned into a thriller starring Rosamund Pike as a vanishing wife.
Police said she made up the whole story to get attention and was staying with her ex-boyfriend for the 22 days she went missing.
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The mother of two convinced James Reyes, her ex-boyfriend, to pick her up and drive her to his Southern California apartment after telling him her husband Keith was 'abusing' her.
Reyes, 37, previously confessed to the plot after being identified by DNA found on Sherri's clothes through a familial match.
He told police how he and Sherri dated in 2006 and 'loved' each other. She randomly got in touch with him in 2016 again, he said, and told him that her husband was abusing her.
Papini and Reyes then spoke on pre-paid cell phones, arranging for her to run away for months before November 2, when he collected her from Redding and the alleged hoax started.
The ex-boyfriend admitted to investigators that he thought their relationship would become romantic once they were back at his apartment in Costa Mesa, but that it never did.
Instead, Sherri took over his bedroom and he slept on the couch. She locked herself away in the room, starved herself and cut off her hair then started inflicting injuries on herself.
Reyes said how she convinced him to brand her with a hot tool, then asked him to drive her seven hours north, back to her home in Redding, on November 24. He also said Papini caused her self-inflicted injuries while staying with him.
He was unaware of the media storm that had brewed over the three weeks because he did not have a TV, he said.
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Keith said he was duped by his wife and later filed for divorce in April - two days after she pleaded guilty to faking her own kidnapping.
The couple married in 2009 and share two children, Tyler, 8, and Violet, 10.
In a statement earlier this year, Papini apologized for the pain she caused her family and friends.
'I am deeply ashamed of myself for my behavior and so very sorry for the pain I've caused my family, my friends, all the good people who needlessly suffered because of my story, and those who worked so hard to try to help me.
'I will work the rest of my life to make amends for what I have done,' Papini said in the statement, as reported by ABC10.
Papini had received psychiatric care for anxiety, depression, and post-traumatic stress disorder ever since her return - more than $30,000 worth of treatment for which she billed a state victim compensation fund and which is now part of her restitution.
She is ordered to repay $128,00 in disability payments, and a GoFundMe campaign that raised more than $49,000 to help the family.
In their criminal complaint, police detail how Papini and her husband spent money donated to them by strangers on her therapy and on improving their home.
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