Sex Trafficking Survivor, Tina Frundt, Works to Help Other Victims

Mar 16, 2011 by

Sex Trafficking Survivor, Tina Frundt, Works to Help Other Victims

From CNN’s Freedom Project:

This is part of CNN’s year-long effort to shed a light on, and perhaps help stop, human trafficking.
In the video below, 2007 CNN Hero, Tina Frundt works to save victims of child sex trafficking. She herself was a victim at the age of 14.

Tina Frundt, 2010 Fredrick Douglass Award Winner, says that no little girl dreams of becoming a sex slave when she grows up. That’s why Tina risks her life in the middle of the night to reach out to teens that are trapped. She knows their pain and fear. “The reason why I’m so compelled to do this work is because I’m a survivor of sex trafficking,” Tina says, “and quite honestly, nobody did this for me.”