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“They where waiting for me at the beach.”

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“The truck was my home”

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“Over a period of two and a half years I wasn’t allowed a single break.”

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"I think i was dead inside.That is how I survived. "

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“The shame I feel is too immense

and being away from my children hurts”
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“Head over heels in love, I was even willing to work in prostitution for him”

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“My mother-in-law sold me.”

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"The men I was taken to had entirely different plans for me. They forced me to work in prostitution. "

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"When they set off to drive me and the others to another location, I seized my chance to escape."

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“I was pregnant through rape and at a loss for what to do”

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"I have been to so many places that i sometimes did not even know in what country i was."

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"I fell prey to the traffickers, the criminals, because I was so eager to work and had no other means of making money. "

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"My mom always called me Precious, she never used my real name. I have not seen her in 5 years. I think if she knew what has happened she will not call me that name anymore."

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"I was locked up for months, getting abused by many."

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“Thankfully they never hurt my little boy, but for months he did have to stay locked in a small room”

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"I made long hours and had no home, lived and slept on the front seats of the truck."

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“I have trouble telling what happened to me there.”
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"Most people won't believe i was a forced to please men, they think it only happens to women."

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“He was so nice and promised to pay for my operation.”

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"We were forced to work and live on that farm, the children had to work too." 

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" Do you mind if I don't talk?"

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