The First Bad Man - Chapter Four-Six: Violence at Home - the Open Palm Fundraiser Summary & Analysis

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Cheryl decided to write a letter to Clee expressing her desire for a clean and organized house in an attempt to broach her issues in a respectful manner. Clee either did not read the letter or decided to ignore it. When this did not work, Cheryl made up that she had a guest coming in an attempt to get Clee to move out. Clee attacked Cheryl again, and Cheryl was able to escape into her bedroom. Cheryl set up another appointment with Dr. Tibbets.

Upon Cheryl's arrival the following Tuesday, Dr. Ruth-Anne Tibbets explained that she acted as receptionist for Dr. Broyard three times a year to get a break from her work. Cheryl pressed with more questions and Dr. Tibbets revealed that Dr. Broyard was married but they played an adult sexual game together...

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