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Bryan thought the bathroom had a small window she could use to escape. When she came out, the man she thought was her boyfriend blocked her way. Then he made a chilling statement to Bryan about her sister. “Even if a policeman came up and said, ‘I can help you,’ I wouldn’t have told him. The man who originally attacked her at her “boyfriend’s” home became a frequent abuser. I don’t know why he freed me except God intervened somehow.” When she says “freed,” that’s because Bryan considers herself as having been a slave those two years.
“How I got involved in Margie’s is I went and spoke to the board, telling them about my story to bring awareness to trafficking and to ask them, if we ever had victims in this area, would Margie’s be open to assisting in any way? When the previous director retired, Bryan, then president of the board, was encouraged to take the position. Bryan said that every time she speaks on the subject, someone comes to her afterward and tells her of a similar experience.He started walking through the parking lot, and she followed him. “It’s almost a form of Stockholm syndrome where you identify with them, or otherwise, it’s living in constant terror. “I put it in a box, put it on a shelf, hoping I’d never see it again,” she said of her experiences.