B.B., 17, who was photographed in the Sedgwick County Juvenile Detention Facility, said she started as a prostitute when she was 14. “I think they cursed me when they named me…They should have named me Devil. Nobody comes to visit me here. Nobody. I have been here for 8 months. I was here four times before. I’m being held as a material witness. My Mom was being charged with something….aggrevated prostitution. Mom wanted me to have sex for money and give her the money.”
B.B., 17, who was photographed in the Sedgwick County Juvenile Detention Facility, said she started as a prostitute when she was 14. “I think they cursed me when they named me…They should have named me Devil. Nobody comes to visit me here. Nobody. I have been here for 8 months. I was here four times before. I’m being held as a material witness. My Mom was being charged with something….aggrevated prostitution. Mom wanted me to have sex for money and give her the money.” Courtesy Photo
B.B., 17, who was photographed in the Sedgwick County Juvenile Detention Facility, said she started as a prostitute when she was 14. “I think they cursed me when they named me…They should have named me Devil. Nobody comes to visit me here. Nobody. I have been here for 8 months. I was here four times before. I’m being held as a material witness. My Mom was being charged with something….aggrevated prostitution. Mom wanted me to have sex for money and give her the money.” Courtesy Photo

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