15 hours a day and 10 to 12 customers were enjoy, the story of a woman who escaped from Britain and told the story of 7 years of hellish life - Newztezz Online


Thursday, July 22, 2021

15 hours a day and 10 to 12 customers were enjoy, the story of a woman who escaped from Britain and told the story of 7 years of hellish life

The story of Sylvia brought to Britain from Brazil is no less than a movie. 
Sylvia was brought to Britain a few years ago with high dreams. But his dreams were shattered when he was pushed into the prostitution business. He had to work 16 to 17 hours a day in these places and was beaten if he refused to work. After living a hellish life for almost seven years, she got a chance to get out of hell and Sylvia went straight to Brazil.

Work had to be done 365 days a week

According to the Daily Mail, Sylvia made her debut in a Channel 4 documentary, Hunting the Sex Traffickers. Sylvia said it was sold in several brothels in Britain. Where he was made to work 16 to 17 hours a day, seven days a week, earning only 20 20 (about two thousand rupees). At 20 20, the physical hunger of 10 to 12 customers a day had to be satisfied. The customer who bought the body by paying money had to do everything. Even if he could not bear it, he was smiling and pissing from inside. Customers had to be completely satisfied despite the physical pain.

Rape of a sex worker is common

Sylvia said robberies with sex workers are also common in London. A group of youths were being robbed at the point of a knife and the women did not have the courage to lodge a complaint with the police. Not only that, but rape of sex workers is also common there. Recalling the atrocities committed against her, Sylvia said that there was an HIV epidemic in Britain. The positive person raped her.

10 to 12 customers were coming daily

Every day 10 to 12 customers were picking up Sylvia's body. He had no choice but to remain silent. There was no axis except to tolerate what the customer does in silence. Even if someone came and injured the secret parts, he had to suffer. Everything that Aghatit did had to be done with a smile on his face. Inside the room he was confronted by a monster who bought jism with money and robbers outside. Sylvia said there was a gang of five or six young men in London who broke into our homes and carried out robberies. They knew we wouldn't call the police so they made their own assumptions.

Even today the hairs are shaking from remembering this incident

Recalling an incident, Sylvia said, 'One day I was in Oxford. Then a young man came and took me with him. There he threw a condom against my will and had sex with me. He later texted me and told me that I was infected with HIV. Has been born. This Channel 4 documentary is based on a police investigation into organized crime. In which many other women like Sylvia are shown. Geno was sent into the jism business.

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