My best friend was going to sell me into sex slavery, but my mom saved me!
Ana Vianey Martnez Lugo is warning young people about the dangers of having a best friend who wants to “sell you into sex slavery.” She is telling the story of how her former best friend tried to do this.
The 21-year-old from Mexico used the social media site to talk about how her best friend broke up with her in 2013. She also talked about how her mom came to her rescue in the last minute.
She claims that her friend told her that she was chosen for a student exchange to Spain and could take a friend with her. The video, which has been seen more than 6 million times, is now very popular.
The friend chose Lugo, who was just 12 years old at the time and was very happy to be chosen. He was very excited.
The excited youngster then started filling out exchange documents so that he or she could fly halfway around the world to visit family.
In the paperwork, Lugo saw a question that asked: “Are you a virgin?” This made her think that something was fishy.
Lugo told her mother, who called the school her daughter went to. School administrators later said that the exchange program didn’t actually work.
The savvy matriarch then went to the home of her best friend’s family. There, she found out about the sex slave plot while looking at a computer.
For about a month, Lugo’s best friend had been dating a boy who was much older than him. If she didn’t get young sex slaves for a human trafficking operation, the boy might have hurt her family.
During an interview with Jam Press, Lugo said, “I had no reason not to trust her.” This is what he said. I have known her since she was 5. She knew that I would trust her.
My best friend could not have done that, the TikToker said, adding that she hasn’t forgiven her ex-friend nearly a decade after the incident.
It must have been hard for Lugo’s friend to be with someone who was threatening her life and her family while she was still a child.
However, she thought that her best friend’s betrayal was “wrong” and a “crime,” so she thought it was bad.
Lugo is now telling people to trust their instincts, and she is praising her mom for going after the truth.
The TikToker’s story led people to leave comments under the video. Many said they now have trust issues.
One wrote: “You can’t trust anyone.”
There are people who tell you not to trust people you don’t know. What they don’t say is that you should also be wary of people you’ve known your whole life.
Then, a third person said: “With friends like that, you don’t need enemies.”