Mother Of Missing New Jersey Teen Believes Her Daughter Was Sold Into Sex Slavery

Written by Deja Monet September 21, 2019
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The mother of missing New Jersey teen Aviana Weaver believes her daughter was sold into sex slavery after authorities found her pictures on trafficking websites.

The New York Post reports Angela Scarlett pleaded on her Facebook for answers about her daughter’s whereabouts on Saturday. 17-year-old Aviana Weaver was last seen on September 12 in Mount Holly, New Jersey and investigators told Scarlett earlier this week that they found lewd photos of Weaver on sex trafficking sites. They added that the teen appeared “completely upset and unhappy.”

“The streets can’t have my daughter! I will be there everyday on the street until she is home !!! I won’t stop – Share let’s get her !!! Someone knows something !! Speak she is a minor and in danger !!”

The teen’s cellphone location indicated that she could have been in Philadelphia, but it was turned off.

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Scarlett informed local radio station New Jersey 101.5 that her daughter’s disappearance does not fit her behavior.

“She went to school for the first few days and then disappeared. She missed an eye doctor appointment. She doesn’t have any clothes. This is not like her. She hasn’t been known to be on any drugs. We don’t have family or friends in Philadelphia. It’s completely out of character and scary.”

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