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Sex Trafficking Victim Cyntoia Brown Reportedly Married Christian Rapper Who Happens To Be Total Singer Pam's Ex-Husband

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Sex trafficking victim and newly released Cyntoia Brown is married, according to the publisher of her upcoming memoir. And it just so happens to be the ex-husband of Total singer Pam. More inside...

Sex trafficking victim Cyntoia Brown is finally a free woman after serving 15 years in prison and she will remain on parole for 10 years. She literally spent over HALF of her life behind bars after she was given a life sentence for murdering a man who bought her for sex when she was 16 years old.

Turns out, while she was in jail, she ended up getting married, according to the publisher of her upcoming memoir. Cyntoia tied the knot with Christian Hip Hop artist Jaime Long (aka J. Long), who was once married to Total singer, Pam.

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It's unclear how Cyntoia and J. Long met or when they got married, but they're madly in love.

According to Yona Deshommes, an associate director of publicity for Atria (an arm of Simon & Schuster), Cyntoia is looking forward to "starting her life as a recently married woman." The publisher didn't reveal when the wedding took place or whom she married.  The details about her new husband came from Cyntoia's lawyer, Ed Yarbrough, and news stgations.  Yarbrough told WKRN News 2 that upon Cyntoia's release from the Tennessee Prison for Women, she was picked up by her husband who was accompanied by two bodyguards and a literary agent.

Fox 17 Nashville then confirmed her husband is Texas rapper J. Long.  The Daily Mail also states reps for the new couple confirmed.

 

Cyntoia's memoir is described as a "coming-of-age memoir set against the shocking backdrop of a life behind bars."

Last month, Netflix announced it had acquired Cyntoia Brown’s life rights and a feature film is in the works with Daniel Birman directing. Birman directed "Me Facing Life: Cyntoia’s Story," a riveting documentary that helped bring awareness to Brown’s case.

 

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