Woman reveals she was trafficked for sexual exploitation at 15 and blackmailed by pimp for safety of her own child

Woman reveals she was trafficked for sexual exploitation at 15 and blackmailed by pimp for safety of her own child

The woman said she was a victim of sex trafficking at age 15 after being left homeless as she grew old from a foster family and claimed her pimp blackmailed her over the safety of her own child.

Nissy Hamilton, from Texas, grew up in a foster home but said after 15 years she had nowhere to live.

While living on the street, Nissi, who had a young child at the time, ran into an ex-girlfriend who offered to help her get a job as a waitress at a strip club.

The friend said that her boyfriend would look after her child while she worked, but then refused to return the child unless she gave him $200 a day.

The woman said she was a victim of sex trafficking at age 15 after being left homeless as she grew old from a foster family and said her pimp blackmailed her over the safety of her own child.

The woman said she was a victim of sex trafficking at age 15 after being left homeless as she grew old from a foster family and said her pimp blackmailed her over the safety of her own child.

Nissy Hamilton, from Texas, grew up in a foster home but said she had nowhere to live after she turned 15.  She is depicted as a teenager.

Nissy Hamilton, from Texas, grew up in a foster home but said she had nowhere to live after she turned 15. She is depicted as a teenager.

While living on the street, Nissi, who had a young child at the time, ran into an ex-girlfriend who offered to help her get a job as a waitress at a strip club.  She is depicted as a teenager

While living on the street, Nissi, who had a young child at the time, ran into an ex-girlfriend who offered to help her get a job as a waitress at a strip club. She is depicted as a teenager

The friend said that her boyfriend would look after her child while she worked, but then refused to return the child unless she gave him $200 a day.  She is depicted as a teenager

The friend said that her boyfriend would look after her child while she worked, but then refused to return the child unless she gave him $200 a day. She is depicted as a teenager

“I remember running into a house girl who told me, ‘You know, I have a solution to your problem. I work as a waitress at a strip club, you can use my ID to work at another strip club while I work.” in this strip club, and all you do is work as a waitress. You make money. My boyfriend [watch] your baby and everything will be fine,” she recalled during a recent interview with Real Women/Real Stories.

‘Like her boyfriend [watching] my baby, he says, “You can’t get your baby back unless you make me $200 a day.”

The man then proceeded to force her to have sex with other men for money, telling her that he was her boyfriend.

She claimed that the man “groomed” her “physically and mentally”, leaving her unsure how to “handle adulthood”.

“I thought I was his girlfriend at 16 and he was 28,” she said in a previous MEAWW interview.

“For me, this was my world, and in this world, this is the best that life has to offer me. I was the main real estate for my abuser. I was the perfect victim.

“I was physically and mentally prepared to handle adulthood without consequences because I had a big dad. I was extremely codependent.”

The man then proceeded to force Nissy (pictured in 2021) to have sex with other men for money.  She claimed that he had

The man then proceeded to force Nissy (pictured in 2021) to have sex with other men for money. She claimed that he had “groomed” her “physically and psychologically” since the age of 16.

Nissi (pictured as a teenager) recalled feeling like a

Nissi (pictured as a teenager) recalled feeling like a “slave” who was not allowed to “make any decisions”.

By the time Nissy (pictured in 2021) was 19, she said she had already slept with But then she was approached by a naval recruiter who ended up saving her life.

By the time Nissy (pictured in 2021) turned 19, she said she had already slept with “about 1,500 men.” But then she was approached by a naval recruiter who ended up saving her life.

Nissi recalled feeling like a “slave” who was not allowed to “make any decisions”.

“My pimp told me what I could and couldn’t do,” she recalled.

By the time Nissy was 19, she said she had already slept with “about 1,500 men.” But then she was approached by a naval recruiter who ended up saving her life.

She told Real Women/Real Stories: “I made the decision to join the Navy and my pimp didn’t know about it. When he found out, they beat me.”

At some point, a police officer caught Nissi prostituting and nearly arrested her.

“I remember pleading with the officer, ‘Please don’t arrest me. Please don’t arrest me,” she said.

I said, “I’m leaving for the Navy. This is the only chance. This is the only chance I have to leave. I need your help”. He looked at me and said, “I believe you.”

“But if I had been arrested that night, I would not have survived human trafficking.”

After serving in the Navy, Nissi was ready to start a new life. The military gave her a $20,000 bonus, which she used to find an apartment, buy herself a car, and run away.

After joining the Navy, against the wishes of her pimp, Nissy (pictured in the Navy) received a $20,000 bonus, which she used to find an apartment, buy herself a car, and escape.

After joining the Navy, against the wishes of her pimp, Nissy (pictured in the Navy) received a $20,000 bonus, which she used to find an apartment, buy herself a car, and escape.

Nissi now works as a sexual assault consultant and is the CEO of a company called Survivor Victory Voice.

Nissi now works as a sexual assault consultant and is the CEO of a company called Survivor Victory Voice.

“I came home from the army. I had many ideas, thoughts about my future and dreams of freedom,” she explained to MEAWW.

“When you step back and look at your life and realize that you have been living a lie, that you have been running a show, and your pimp is your warden and not your lover, then you will find peace beyond understanding.

“You will either accept this world and break out, or you will accept this world and say that this is a sign from God, the reason why you should stay.

“You can’t be in your feelings when you’re trying to escape, because when you’re in your feelings, your insight is broken.

“There is power in knowing what you think of yourself, because it is not what people say about you that will go through. What you say about yourself will help you get through it.”

Nissi now works as a sexual assault consultant and is the CEO of a company called Survivor Victory Voice, which aims to “break down the prejudice and silence surrounding sexual violence by uniting survivors and empowering those who have suffered from sexual violence.” violence.”

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