JAY, Okla. -- An Oklahoma recovery center is making headlines across the country, as it is facing allegations of forced labor from nonviolent labors offenders who chose to opt out of prison.
Instead, they head to Christian Alcoholics and Addicts in Recovery.
Offenders claim work was the sole purpose of their stay.
2 Works for You reporter Katie Wisely explains the lawsuit and the response from the facility.
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