Tonight on Lifetime viewers will get to see “Kidnapped: The Hannah Anderson Story” and a lot of people are excited to see this one. The thing is that even though it is based on a true story, it might not end up being near as true as you think. On Friday, The San Diego Union Tribune shared about this movie and how the real Hannah Anderson is pretty upset with the film. This was a huge story back in 2013.
Hannah is upset about the movie though and says that they didn’t even come to her to get her side of it. She was kidnapped by a man she has known for years and called Uncle Jim. It was not someone that was a total stranger to her. FBI snipers actually killed him when they were able to get her free. There has been a lot of speculation that there was more to this story and that Hannah had some kind of relationship with Jim DiMaggio.
Hannah went to Instagram to post about the upcoming movie. She said “If anyone is gonna tell my story it should be me.” According to Hannah, Lifetime didn’t come to her about the movie and even the previews show stuff that is false according to her version of the story. They didn’t even contact the family about the movie.
Bustle shared that the movie will focus some on reasons you shouldn’t post stuff on social networks. The San Diego County Sheriff Bill Gore said that Hannah is a victim, but the movie may not make it look that way. The movie “Kidnapped: The Hannah Anderson Story” may be a great watch, but don’t believe that this is the entire story behind this case.