Asia Graves has reclaimed her life, found her voice, and taken back her name, three years after fleeing Boston to avoid being hurt again. Graves, a victim of savage exploitation by a child prostitution ring that operated along the East Coast, left her hometown in 2009 after serving as a key witness in a landmark federal case against the pimps who abused her and scores of other girls. But now Graves, 24, has decided it is safer to be seen and heard.
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