Netflix fans are abandoned'sickened' by scenes from the film Believe Me: The Abduction of Lisa McVey. The movie is based on the real story of the Florida teenager who had been raped and tortured for 26 hours by serial killer Bobby Joe Long in 1984. Regardless of the film being forced back in 2018, it has only landed on the favourite streaming service and audiences have taken to societal websites to discuss their ideas. In 1 scene, McVey is found attempting to describe to two female police officers what had occurred to her but they do not believe a word she's saying. Before her abduction, McVey was likewise being mistreated by her grandma's boyfriend at the home she lived in—along with her grandmother seemed to know everything about it, in addition to Lisa's very own mother. Disgusted by the real story, 1 audience tweeted: ’Female officers disbelieving her. Another posted: 10 mins to #BelieveMe & I'm sickened and distraught!! How do you get neglected by your mother AND grandma??!!!!! A third added: ’In case you are stuck about what to see on @NetflixUK certainly consider #BelieveMe: The Abduction of Lisa McVey. Sickening & difficult to see in places but reveals the unbelievable bravery and wisdom of a young girl going through something genuinely traumatic. So psychological & just wonderful. A fourth viewer fumed: Not being funny all of the individuals who did not think Lisa McVey particularly the girls and the police officer who was saying she is a liar I expect they got fired since they had been dreadful and disgusting believeme. McVey was the only one of Long's sufferers to endure after he embarked on an eight-month murder spree and murdered at least 10 girls. After being published, the courageous teenager helped police apprehend the killer, that was later executed for his crimes. McVey went on to become a Sheriff's deputy in Florida in Hillsborough County Sheriff's Office and today works in precisely the same police department which found and detained her captor. She participates in combatting sex offences and working to shield kids.