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'Every 45 minutes, I was sold for $120 to $350:' Former sex slave recalls brutal life in brothels

QUEENS (WPIX) — At 21, Shandra Woworunti was a financial analyst in her native Indonesia but in 1998, she lost her job in the Asian banking crisis. She had a baby daughter and needed to provide a future for her. Read more... Permalink | Email this | Linking Blogs | Comments
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