'Amish Mafia' news: Esther Schmucker lost teeth over domestic abuse

'Amish Mafia' news: Esther Schmucker lost teeth over domestic abuse

Lancaster : PA : USA | Apr 01, 2014 at 7:32 AM PDT
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'Amish Mafia'

"Amish Mafia" is going to show fans the big domestic abuse case with Esther Schmuker tonight. Her boyfriend Imir Williams attacked her and was arrested for the case. It happened a while back, but is just now airing on the series.

Spoilers show a picture of Esther with a black eye from the incident. Reports are that he broke her nose, cheekbone and that she was even missing teeth after this all went down. The episode tonight will show her injuries.

Imir attacked Esther back in October of 2013 and the cameras were rolling after it ocurred. You can check out a clip from the show here. Esther explains the details in depth about how Imir came in and beat her up. He then didn't leave her side for four days before she was able to go to police and get help. Her brother John couldn't find her and was trying to during this time. Levi is not going to be happy when he finds out what happened to Esther.

Don't miss this new episode of "Amish Mafia" on April 1 on Discovery channel.

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