In part 2 of Debra Newell’s story exposes the things Debra did to get away from John Meehan. Her main mission was to protect her family; and if there’s one thing that really triggers a parent, it’s that their children are threatened. Listen and learn about the explosive final moments between John and Debra’s family–which involves a fight, a struggle and a dramatic ending.
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Debra Newell is an interior designer based in Orange County, California. She’s the founder of Ambrosia Interior Design and is a self-made multimillionaire. As a little girl, she was always sick, so she’d spend her time drawing and designing houses. She grew up in a loving family; and although her previous marriages ended in divorce, she was close with her four children. She continues to build her interior design empire today; while spreading the word about domestic abuse and how to look out for red flags. She doesn’t believe in victim shaming; so she wrote a book about her experience with her narcissistic, abusive fifth husband, John Meehan. She and her daughter Terra, use their experience to share with those who may be going through the same struggles.
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