Cyntoia Brown, the brave young woman who freed herself from slavery by killing her abuser, is standing up to support another African-American girl whose life was shaken by a sexual predator.
Chrystul Kizer‘s story below…
Young Chrystul was only seventeen years old when an adult male named Randall Volar III invited her into his home.
Five hours later, he was dead.
Later, police discovered that Ms. Kizer shot him with a gun given to her by another adult male because she was tired of him “touching on her” and that the deceased had given her money in the past.
The story took an even darker turn when it emerged that Kizer wasn’t the first girl the predator had targeted.
For, he had pending charges of second-degree sexual assault of a child, child enticement-prostitution and use of a computer to facilitate a child sex crime.
When police questioned another teenage girl he was linked to, she broke down and revealed that he had been molesting her since she was fourteen and was abusing other underage girls and was filming the assaults. One of these girls was Chrystul.
Police served a warrant on Volar’s home and seized hundreds of videos and photos of underage girls in sexual acts and discovered “over $500,000 in his bank account that was flagged by the bank as evidence of human trafficking.”
Chrystul admitted to shooting the sexual predator and setting his house on fire and is facing life in prison .
Now, Cyntoia is using her story to generate awareness for Kizer’s to join the fight against sex trafficking and child abuse.