One teenager's story outlined in a new billboard campaign is unmasking the child sex trade that's taken root in Seattle.
"I was scared. I was nervous," the teen said. "I didn't want to do it, but I couldn't come back without any money."
Girls as young as 12 are being trapped into a violent lifestyle they can't control.
"I didn't want to stay out late nights, having sex with all the people, being beat up by some dude," said the teen.
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