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When she returned home, her mother sent her away for stints in two other brothels, including one 400 kilometers away on the Thai border.When she learned her mother was planning to sell her again, this time for a six-month stretch, she realized she needed to flee her home."Selling my daughter was heartbreaking, but what can I say?" says Kieu's mother, Neoung, in an interview with a CNN crew that travelled to Phnom Penh to hear her story.Karaoke bars are a common front for child prostitution.
Mira Sorvino details going behind the scenes of this illicit trade.Read more like other local mothers CNN spoke to, she blames poverty for her decision to sell her daughter, saying a financial crisis drove her into the clutches of the traffickers who make their livelihoods preying on Cambodian children."It was because of the debt, that's why I had to sell her she says."I don't know what to do now, because we cannot move back to the past.".It is this aspect of Cambodia's appalling child sex trade that Don Brewster, a 59-year-old American resident of the neighborhood, finds most difficult to countenance."I can't imagine what it feels like to have your mother sell you, to have your mother waiting in the car while she gets money for you to be raped he says.
"It's not that she was stolen from her mother - her mother gave the keys to the people to rape her.".Brewster, a former pastor, moved from California to Cambodia with wife Bridget in 2009, after a harrowing investigative mission trip to the neighborhood where Kieu grew up - Svay Pak, the epicenter of child trafficking in the Southeast Asian nation."Svay Pak is known around the world as a place where pedophiles come to get little girls says Brewster, whose organization, Agape International Missions (AIM has girls as young as four in its care, rescued from traffickers and undergoing rehabilitation in its safehouses.In recent decades, he says, this impoverished fishing village where a daughter's virginity is too often seen as a valuable asset for the family has become a notorious child sex hotspot."When we came here three years ago and began to live here, 100 of the kids between 8 and 12 were being trafficked says Brewster.