Child trafficking is still a thing in the United States. This is the horrifying reality being exposed by a former child sex slave who—after managing to escape—is revealing the gritty details of this dark, underground world.

Though, the allegation shouldn’t be too surprising at this point: time and again throughout history, it has been revealed that high-level politicians, along with many private sector elites, are partakers in this crooked “industry.”

Meet Jane Smith—a fake name that, much like her sense of self after years of abuse—is just a hollow shell of who she used to be before being kidnapped and sold into sex slavery at the age of 14.

“I was the youngest one there,” she said in an interview with Cambridge News, “A lot of the men were people who wanted to be quite violent. There were men who had a lot of money and would pay for a long time.”

She’d been kidnapped in the city of Cambridge and soon learned how privilege and power enabled the most unimaginable horrors.

“Some of it was Cambridge students,” said Jane, “A lot of them were rich students who you could tell were training to be politicians and saw themselves as very privileged people. The way they treated us was as if they could do what they liked with us.”

At one point, she and the other young victims were kept hidden at a bar–deliberately drugged up—where the elite would come to pick them up for a night of exploits.

Although there were likely many opportunities to escape, Jane says psychological chains were often more effective than physical restraints—and violence was used to dehumanize them into complacency.

“I think sex slavery is something you do that you have no choice about,” she says, “There was violence involved and it was really hard to get out of it.”

“There is mental abuse as well as violence, and you are made to feel as if you are not really human. The most important thing for me is it was not work. It was done without a choice.”
On one night, that “violence” peaked and she was left so brutally battered that she required a visit to the hospital.

“I thought I should either kill myself or run away. I went to Manchester and it kind of changed my life. I realized I deserved more out of life. I needed to get away from Cambridge to live. I didn’t feel safe.”

As we’ve extensively reported here, pedophilia among the world’s elite is nothing new—though the sickening depths to which these people sink never ceases to shock.

From Jimmy Savile’s horrific sexual depravity to the recent revelations that the UK’s former Prime Minister, Sir Edward Heath, was accused by a police chief of being a pedophile—all of which was allegedly covered up by powerful colleagues.

Only through a collective realization by all of us as friends, neighbors, and parents to the depravity of the elite can we become vigilant enough to protect our children from these vampires.

Sources: Cambridge NewsThe Free Thought ProjectThe Daily Mail