Kim Kardashian he empties the mouth of those who think he is a superficial man, because this week, the mother of three with often enthusiasm received forgiveness given to Cyntoia Brown, a woman who was sentenced to jail for the murder of murder when she was only 16 years old and became a victim of sex trafficking. The case was known at the end of 2017 when it was very Kardashian and Rihanna echo Cyntoia's social media situation.
On January 7, the news broke that governor of Tennessee, Bill Haslam, ordered an early release Cyntoia, an alleged victim of sex trafficking who was sentenced to murder a man who said he had paid to have intimate relationships with her. Kim It is just one of several stars who have requested the release. The mother of three children even hired her lawyer Shawn Holley to help work on the case, which has become an annual celebration.
Shortly after knowing it Cyntoia will be free in August 2019, Kim tweeted: "Thank you, Governor Haslam." While Alyssa Milano tweeted, "Yes! Cyntoia Brown is given full love! Thank you, Governor Haslam! Thanks!" How to escape with the murder. For her part, the actress Viola Davis wrote on the same social network: "Yes! Yes! This is when our judicial system makes me proud, it has made my day." And Padma Lakshmi, host of Top Chef, put her voice to the Twitter choir: "Cyntoia Brown finally received a complaint and will be released August 7 after being tried as an adult for 16 years and received a meaning for life."
"This decision comes after careful consideration of what is a tragic and complex case," Governor Haslam said in a statement. "Cyntoia Brown He committed, at his own admission, a terrible crime at the age of 16. However, imposing a lifetime on a minor who would force her to earn at least 51 years before qualifying for parole is too serious, especially in light of the extraordinary steps Ms Brown has taken to rebuild his life The transformation must be accompanied by hope . "
Over 13 years ago, a Tennessee judge sentenced the girl to the prison when she was just a teenager. She escaped from the adoptive family and began to gather with a pimp that abused her and forced her into prostitution, according to court documents that the New York Times had access to. Years later in 2004, a 43-year-old realtor told him he would pay $ 150 to maintain relationships with her.
According to Brown's confession when she was punished, she thought for a moment that the man had a weapon that he would kill her, so she waited for him to fall asleep, took a gun from her purse, killed him, took the money, two weapons and left the place .