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WICKENBURG, ARIZONA — The alleged sexual assault occurred at a clinic renowned for treating sexual addiction. It involved the unlikeliest of perpetrators: the man in charge.

By the time her ordeal ended, Ruth Hinkle wasn’t sure  whether she should call herself an employee or a patient at The Meadows.

The article goes on to state the following:

More than 30 years later — after the suicide attempt, the hospitalizations, the electroshock treatment, the counselors and the lawyers — Hinkle still doesn’t know the answer. Only that she was a victim.

Hinkle has spent more than half of her adult life trying to outrun her memories, and she is the first to admit she hasn’t gotten far. But Hinkle no longer wants to protect the secret buried in non-disclosure agreements, legal settlements and sealed court records.

She is ready for the public to reckon with her #MeToo moment.

Hinkle arrived here in 1982, part of a modern-era gold rush built on medical tourism. Wickenburg, the dusty old mining town an hour northwest of Phoenix, was rebranding itself as a boomtown of rehabilitation centers and self-help retreats.

Hinkle came here to pursue a nursing career and took a job at a former dude ranch turned 12-step campus.

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