Cleveland kidnapping survivor reveals she's now married

A woman abducted and held captive in a Cleveland home for more than a decade is moving on from her dark past with the help of her husband.

Michelle Knight, one of three women kidnapped by Ariel Castro in 2002, revealed she was married two years following her rescue from the house of horrors during an episode of Dr. Phil scheduled to air later this month, TMZ reported.

Knight, now 36, was only 20 years old when Castro lured her into his house of horrors, where she was emotionally and physically tortured for 11 years. She’d been on her way to a custody hearing at the time, leading officials to believe that she had fled rather than gone missing.

The next year Castro abducted Amanda Berry, who became pregnant in captivity, and then Gina DeJesus another year later.

They were freed in May 2013 when neighbors heard Berry screaming for help.

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Castro, who referred to himself as a “sex addict,” was indicted on 977 counts, including 512 counts of kidnapping and 446 counts of rape.

He was sentenced to life in prison without possibility of parole before committing suicide in his prison cell in September 2013.

Knight, who now goes by Lily Rose, previously wrote about her experience in captivity in her 2014 memoir, “Finding Me: A Decade of Darkness, a Life Reclaimed.”

She has another book called “Life After Darkness” due out in May, which examines her battles with addiction and her relationships with fellow survivors Berry and DeJesus.