By her own particular evaluation 43,200 is the quantity of times she was assaulted in the wake of falling into the hands of human traffickers. Her story highlights the fierce substances of human trafficking in Mexico and the United States, an underworld that has obliterated the lives of a huge number of Mexican young ladies like Karla. She says she was mishandled for whatever length of time that she can recollect and felt rejected by her mother.
“I came from a dysfunctional family. I was s3xu@ly abused and mistreated from the age of 5 by a relative,’ she says.
When she was at the age of 12 she was kidnapped and the team that kidnapped her convinced her and hence took her away easily using kind words and flew her away. Her first experiences were when she was forced to work as a prostitute. At this time, she was taken to Guadalajara, one of Mexico’s largest cities.
This is what she kept on narrating:-
“I started at 10 a.m. and finished at midnight. We were in Guadalajara for a week. Do the math. Twenty per day for a week. Some men would laugh at me because I was crying. I had to close my eyes so that that I wouldn’t see what they were doing to me, so that I wouldn’t feel anything,” Karla orated.