Sins of AmishIt is going places few other true-crime documentaries have ever gone. 

Premiering on Peacock May 25, the two-part special will immerse viewers into the world of the Amish, pulling back the curtain on a dark scandal that’s allegedly been plaguing the private community for generations. They’ll share their firsthand experiences from several women as they tell the story. Sins of Amish, all in the hopes of seeking justice for the violent crimes they say they experienced while living as members of the Amish and Mennonite communities.

Such a woman is Misty Griffin, activist and author of the best-selling memoir Tears for the Silenced. In CelebHomes News’ exclusive sneak peek clip, which you can watch below, Misty opens up about the experience that ultimately resulted in her leaving the Amish community once and for all.  

Misty recalls that there was a lady who lived on the land. She had been my friend sort of. Although she wasn’t Amish, she was the only person that I had faith in. She was not Amish and I told her the story because I was scared.