by Kaylin Searles, Stacy CaseFox 17 Investigates: Child sex slave in Nashville prison for killing man who used her (Fox 17 News)NASHVILLE, Tenn. (WZTV) — Social media posts by stars Rihanna and Kim Kardashian West are bringing new light to a FOX 17 News investigation regarding Cyntoia Brown, a child sex slave who is currently jailed in Nashville for killing the man who used her.Both posts end with the hashtag -- #FreeCyntoiaBrown, which has now gone viral.
Child sex slave in Nashville prison for killing man who used her (WZTV)NASHVILLE (WZTV) - A child sex slave in Nashville is behind bars for killing the man who used her.Cyntoia Brown was physically, sexually and verbally abused.
Fox 17 Investigates: Child sex slave in Nashville prison for killing man who used her (Fox 17 News)NASHVILLE, Tenn. — UPDATE:A child sex slave in Nashville is behind bards for killing the man who used her.Cyntoia Brown was physically, sexually and verbally abused. The Department of Corrections declined Fox 17 News' request to interview her, but Filmmaker Dan Birman shared video from his seven years documenting Cyntoia Brown's case.
@MehlmanOrozco K- will do. I think you're saying law isn't being uniformly enforced. I don't doubt that one bit. That's a story for another day though. My report simply set out to draw comparison btwn 2004 when Cyntoia was convicted & today's law. Still long way to go. Will read your work later
@MehlmanOrozco Great.. look forward to reading your email. Tied up doing the news now. Thanks- I have a great working relationship w/ all of our sex trafficking groups, lawyers, advocates, etc here. Have done extensive reporting on sex trafficking the last couple of years. Important topic.
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