Where founder of 7M and ‘cult-leader’ Robert Shinn is now following release of explosive Netflix documentary

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Netflix viewers across the globe have been glued to their screens ever since the shocking true story behind the Dancing for the Devil series dropped last week (29 May).

In case you haven’t yet seen it, the three-part explosive documentary tells the harrowing story of a group of high-profile TikTok dancers who became trapped in a mysterious church-going ‘cult’ that was masquerading as the management company run by Robert Shinn, 7M Films.

And, after racing through the true-crime doc, Netflix users are now eager to find out where the 7M Films founder and ‘cult leader’ is now.

Check out the official Dancing for the Devil trailer here:

The series focuses in particular on social media sensation sisters, Melanie and Miranda Wilking, who shot to fame back in 2019 for creating catchy dance clips on the video-sharing app.

The pair later signed up to the management company, which was run by Shinn – a self-proclaimed ‘man of God’ who also preached at a private, invite-only church called Shekinah.

Miranda’s family have since claimed she is being held captive by the religious ‘cult’ and are now ‘desperately trying to get their daughter out’.

Miranda, however, denies such claims and producers say that Miranda and her new husband, James, do continue making content with 7M.

By the looks of things, it seems like the TV programme has certainly hit home with hundreds of viewers, many of whom claim to have been left ‘shook’ by the plot line and are hoping to get closer to the truth of this eerie story.

So, without further ado, let’s get into it.

Content retrieved from: https://www.tyla.com/entertainment/netflix/robert-shinn-netflix-where-is-he-now-142495-20240604.

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