Karla Jacinto, an activist who was rescued from Human trafficking highlights the brutal human trafficking in Mexico and the USA by recalling her ordeal, when she was trafficked and raped continuously for four years.
What the reality is?
In modern days, human trafficking is becoming so lucrative business and it often crosses borders and many young girls are trafficked. Mostly, trafficked girls are forced into prostitution. Karla Jacinto recalls how own days when she was raped 30 times a day, seven days a week, for four years. According to her, she started entertaining customers at 10 a.m. and finished at midnight. Some men would laugh at her because she was crying and sometimes she had to close her eyes so that she wouldn’t see what they were doing to her and wouldn’t feel anything.
She was lured by trafficker when she was just 12 years old.
(With some inputs from cnn.com)