Where is Rulon Jeffs’ Ex-Wife Rebecca Wall Now?

Where is Rebecca Hall Today

Rebecca Wall Now: Where is Rulon Jeffs’ Ex-Wife Today? – The Fundamentalist Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints is a polygamous religious organization that branched off from the Mormon movement. Warren Jeffs, the group’s president, was sentenced to prison in 2011 for sexually abusing minor girls. Testimony revealed, among other things, a practice of teenage girls being married off to older men and fear-based worship.

The Netflix docuseries ‘Keep Sweet: Pray and Obey‘ explores at what happened inside the FLDS compound walls. The show features Rebecca Wall, one of the women who escaped the FLDS and began a new life on the outside. So, if you’re interested in learning more about her religious experiences and subsequent life of Rebecca Wall, keep reading below.

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Who is Rebecca Wall

Who is Rebecca Wall?

Rebecca Musser (née Wall; 1976) is an American author and activist. She was the wife of Rulon Jeffs, the late prophet of the Fundamentalist Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, and she escaped before filing a lawsuit against the church.

Rebecca Wall was born to polygamous parents, Lloyd Wall and Sharon Steed, both members of the Fundamentalist Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints. She married Rulon Jeffs for the 19th time when she was 19, after he received ‘divine insight’ that she would be his new wife. Rebecca Wall was sexually abused by the elder Jeffs for years until his death in 2002 at the age of 92. She was able to flee the complex after he died by scaling a wall surrounding the home and slipping past Jeffs’ armed guards. Rulon Jeffs was married to 64 women at the time of his death.

Musser/Rebecca Wall was informed she needed to remarry after Jeffs’ death by Jeffs’ son and new church head, Warren Jeffs. Rebecca Wall left the complex shortly after this incident and moved to Oregon to live with her brother.

Elissa Wall, the author of the memoir Stolen Innocence, an account of her own escape from the church, is Musser’s sister. Musser’s anger at the fact that Wall had to marry her own cousin at the age of 14 is noted in the novel. She is the widow of the late prophet Rulon Jeffs, making over 63 other women her “sister-wives,” a term used in the Fundamentalist Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints to describe the polygamous wives of one man.

Musser/Rebecca Wall was the wife of Rulon Jeffs and the stepmother of Warren Jeffs. Warren threatened her life and sought to push her to remarry when his father died, making their relationship violent. She is the 14th of her mother’s 14 children and the 25th of her father’s 25 children. Musser married Rulon Jeffs’ grandson after leaving the religion and had two children, Kyle and Natalia, before divorcing.

Rebecca, fortunately, worked things out over time and was able to support herself by working as a waitress. She claimed on the show that she was lonely and that she didn’t comprehend pop culture references made by others at first. Because she was a member of the FLDS, Rebecca changed the way she thought about things because “for every inquiry, there had been a proper, programmed answer.” I was never allowed to have my own opinion; I had never learned to choose.” Unlike what she had been taught previously, she felt there was nothing sacred about polygamy.

What Happened to Rebecca Hall and Where is She Now?

Rebecca married Ben later in life, and they had two children, Kyle and Natalia. Warren’s arrest changed her thinking about sharing her tale, which she had never intended to do before. Rebecca played a key role in Warren’s incarceration by testifying about the organization’s inner workings in various trials. The stress, on the other hand, had an impact on her relationship with Ben and her family.

Musser and author M. Bridget Cook co-wrote the novel The Witness Wore Red: The 19th Wife Who Brought Polygamous Cult Leaders to Justice in 2013. The Today Show gave the book a positive review and included it in their ‘Today Books’ section. In addition, NPR, Secular News Daily, and Publishers Weekly, among other media outlets, have all featured the book.

Rebecca launched the Claim Red Foundation, a nonprofit organisation that teaches human trafficking survivors life skills, in addition to being a motivational speaker. She is currently divorced and lives in Idaho, where she works as a real estate consultant. When Rebecca isn’t working, she spends her time raising her two children, playing the violin, and exploring the state.

You can watch ‘Keep Sweet: Pray and Obey‘ documentary on Netflix with subscription.

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