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Bryan said she lived the first part of her childhood in a “tiny, tiny town” in New York, about 70 miles north of Syracuse.Her mother and father divorced when Bryan was 3 years old.She said her husband was shocked and angry at the trafficker.She and her husband have three children, and at the time, she was running an in-home day care.Bryan said she stopped the day care and received therapy for six months.
Kathy Bryan, 48, director of Margie’s Haven House in Heber Springs, said she shares her story of being sexually trafficked as a teenager to bring awareness and change. Kathy Bryan, 48, of Heber Springs said she was a naive teenager when she met the man who showered her with attention before selling her for sex.“Now she’s ridiculously supportive and very proud of me.” Bryan said she is “very close” with the sister she wanted to protect. Bryan and her husband, an Arkansas native who works for Verizon Wireless, moved to Heber Springs in 2006.She has had different jobs and is a real estate agent.Bryan was also instrumental in getting the Arkansas Legislature to pass legislation earlier this year to make the consequences of sex-trafficking crimes tougher.It was a long road and two years of “hell” — her word — before getting to that point.
“I thought I would go my whole life without talking about it,” Bryan said. Bryan, the new executive director of Margie’s Haven House, a women’s shelter in Heber Springs, reluctantly started sharing her story in 2011. It’s not about getting attention for the women’s shelter.