Support Sex-Trafficking Victim Cyntoia Brown’s GoFundMe ‘Second Chance Fund’
Press Release – On Wednesday, August 7, 2019, sex-trafficking victim Cyntoia Brown, now 31 was released from the Tennessee Prison for Women in northwest Nashville after being convicted of first-degree murder in 2004 at age 16.
While asking for financial help was not Cyntoia’s intent or interest, to help jump-start her new life while on parole for the next 10 years, a GoFundMe ‘Second Chance Fund‘ is available for those that would like to financially contribute.
To ensure all donations are protected and securely placed into a trust fund established for Cyntoia’s use and direction, her representatives, Nashville based firm Bone McAllester Norton PLLC are managing the GoFundMe financial contributions to ensure all funds are withdrawn securely and placed into a trust fund.
Cyntoia appreciates your support and is continuing to focus her efforts on finishing her Bachelor’s degree from Lipscomb University and her upcoming book.
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