What an unfortunate life sentence for this teenage girl who killed her abuser while she was being kept as a slave. Luckily she has the famous Hollywood celebrities on her side and they are right now campaigning against her life sentence, the celebrities are demanding the court to free the girl because she had no choice other than taking a stance against her abuser.
Cyntoia Brown was sold by a Pimp named Kutthroat. He was verbally and physically abusive to the girl. Reports say that the molestation activities were carried out with the teen during her imprisonment as a slave. At the age of 16, she was sold to a 43-year-old Nashville real estate businessman. In a confrontation between Brown and Allen (the Businessman to whom she was sold), Allen planned to kill her but instead the Teenage slave, Brown grabbed one of her captors gun and killed him.
The court heard the entire story along with the facts and gave a life sentence to Brown. She won’t be eligible for parole for at least next 51 years and is currently kept at the Tennessee prison for women.
Kardashian tweeted in her favour on November 21 and she advocated against the imprisonment of the teen.
“It’s heart breaking to see a young girl s*x trafficked then when she has the courage to fight back is jailed for life! We have to do better & do what’s right. I’ve called my attorneys yesterday to see what can be done to fix this. #FreeCyntoiaBrown.”
The public defender of Brown has told the media that she has taken up almost every education opportunity while being in the prison. Cara Delevingne along with Rihanna and Kardashian added the same caption, “The justice system is so backwards!!! This is completely insane #freecyntoiabrown.”
A moveon.org petition to free the Brown has been launched and it has already got a lot of signatures in support.
Snoop Dogg in past has also talked in favour of Brown, he compared the case of Brown with Brock Turner and said that he was sentenced for 6 months while brown is given a life sentence and that is unfair. Turner was convicted of molestation assault in 2016.