There are zero indicators of human trafficking in Toyos’ story. I wish I could say the post nonetheless will help make us all “better safe and vigilant” than sorry.In fact, I find that it so misrepresents the dangers, warning signs and risks associated with sex trafficking that its readers and likers may now try to protect kids by watching for the wrong things in the wrong places.
In her post, Toyos relays the story of her family’s recent outing to Ikea, which was interrupted when two men followed her, her mother and her children through the store, despite their efforts to elude their pursuers.
In a lawsuit filed in Brooklyn federal court on Friday, James and Gina Goldring say the cops left the naughty items behind after spending hours in the home probing the dad’s accidental shooting of their teenage son.
The cops were furious that Gina told James to keep his mouth shut, the lawsuit alleges.
"Well, looks like Vivid released their version of my video," the 21-year-old tweeted May 6.
"I'm not watching, but thank you all for the positive compliments." Hours later, the former MTV reality star added, "I know what's out. Thanks." The single mom also retweeted a fan who viewed the sex tape and thought Abraham had a "fantastic body." Deen, meanwhile, has been jokingly plotting his next move via Twitter.