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Elsa Hosk Wants Child Prostitutes to Stop Being Put in Jail

Elsa Hosk Wants Child Prostitutes to Stop Being Put in Jail

Elsa Hosk looks casual chic in all black while out and about on Sunday afternoon (December 21) in New York City.

The 26-year-old Victoria’s Secret model took a stroll by herself on the chilly day in her Tribeca neighborhood.

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Earlier that same week, Elsa took to social media to question a problem that she is very passionate about.

“Children who are prostituted aren’t criminals. So why do we keep putting them in jail?,” she tweeted along with a link to an article about the issue.

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  • happy666

    To “learn” or try to help them stupid. Just follow your example: a child prostitute who has always been a prostitute and still and will always be *sigh*

    Facts speak louder than actions.

  • FormerLamark

    Because in the prison they cannot sell themselves to paedophil perverts to keep their pimps/parents and maybe they can finish the school, maybe they get a chance for a decent life later. If not, then that’s their fault.

  • Sprite

    you can send money to ‘buy’ their freedom, they are replaced the next day. They should pay their farmers more and they would not have to sell children at the market for starters

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