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NOV. 24, 2021 – Speaking under conditions of anonymity to protect her identity, the woman who goes by the fictitious name of “Gahyne Doahe” to protect her identity explained to the I-Team why she decided to come forward.

“I want to make sure that no other girl goes through the brutal torture that I endured on a daily basis for close to two months,” she said. Marlon was the CEO of CrossRoads of Southern Nevada. On Tuesday, the drug and alcohol addiction treatment center announced that one of its other founders, Jeffrey Iverson, would be acting as Interim CEO. The statement further reiterates the center’s “zero-tolerance harassment policy” and commitment to the community:

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