“She only lets us sleep four hours, we have to wake up at 5AM.”
Amy Carlson leads a group called Love Has Won. The web-savvy New Age outfit uses daily livestreams to recruit followers from around the world to join their house in Colorado.
While her followers believe she is a divine being, the group is facing accusations that it is a cult. Former members are alleging stories of abuse, fraud and brainwashing.
We hear from members and former members of the group to try and get to the bottom of it.
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