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Woman, 20, claims she ‘wanted to die’ after having sex for three years from the age of 15

A young woman who claimed she had reached a point where she just “wanted to die” after having sex between the ages of 15 and 18 has been candid about her horrific three-year ordeal.

Allison Heagle, 20, claims she was the young age of 15 when she was cared for by an elderly man from Colorado, America, whom she met at work and was later found to be much older.

“I really thought I was crazy, I couldn’t form full sentences and was always on the alert, everything became a threat,” she told the Daily star. “In simple terms, it was very traumatic. I was in a constant state of paralyzing fear and I honestly got to a point where I just wanted to die.”

The 20-year-old claimed she was trafficked and sold for sex in Colorado and Arizona and consumed alcohol and drugs on a daily basis so she wouldn’t fight back.

Allison Heagle, 20, claims she reached a point where she just 'wanted to die' after having sex between 15 and 18, has opened up about her harrowing ordeal

Allison Heagle, 20, claims she reached a point where she just ‘wanted to die’ after having sex between 15 and 18, has opened up about her harrowing ordeal

Allison, who claims she was trafficked for sex between the ages of 15 and 18, photographed 24 days after her escape

Allison, who claims she was trafficked for sex between the ages of 15 and 18, photographed 24 days after her escape

Allison, who claims she was trafficked for sex between the ages of 15 and 18, photographed 24 days after her escape

Allison moved to Arizona, but said the older man, who she initially thought was 21, ordered people to follow her there, where she was once again cared for.

Recalling the first time she spent an evening with the abuser, Allison claimed he sneaked her through the window of his parents’ house before giving her copious amounts of alcohol so she could “barely walk.”

She claims that when she finally came to, she was naked and surrounded by the sick.

Allison said that’s when the horrific three-year ordeal began.

She said it eventually led to her developing Stockholm syndrome, a mental illness in which many abduction victims become attached to their tormentors — no matter how badly they are treated.

“I was in constant fear, so even when I escaped, the only consistent thing I knew was my traffickers, so I would always return,” she added.

Allison, who claimed that her trafficker would often become entangled in various crimes, went on to say that as a result of the grooming, she began to press charges for his actions.

But while some of her friends eventually turn a blind eye to her problems and attribute it to drug addiction, Allison’s parents continued to search for her and used photos she uploaded to track down her location.

Allison (pictured) moved to Arizona but said the older man, who she initially thought was 21, ordered people to follow her there, where she was again cared for

Allison (pictured) moved to Arizona but said the older man, who she initially thought was 21, ordered people to follow her there, where she was again cared for

Allison (pictured) moved to Arizona but said the older man, who she initially thought was 21, ordered people to follow her there, where she was again cared for

Allison (pictured) on the day she left her house and was first attacked by the older man

Allison (pictured) on the day she left her house and was first attacked by the older man

Allison (pictured) on the day she left her house and was first attacked by the older man

The turning point, however, came when a man arrived to install cameras at an Airbnb where she was being held captive.

Realizing she was in trouble, he gave her his phone number and insisted to text “popcorn” and her address if she ever needed his help.

Two days later, that text was exchanged and he helped her escape. According to Allison, it was just in the nick of time.

Speaking of her captors, she said, “They talked in front of me about what they were going to do and being sent to Mexico or killed were my two options.”

Now Allison has been through a horrible ordeal for two years and lives with her family again.

Now it's been two years since Allison (pictured) went through a horrific ordeal and she lives with her family again

Now it's been two years since Allison (pictured) went through a horrific ordeal and she lives with her family again

Now it’s been two years since Allison (pictured) went through a horrific ordeal and she lives with her family again

She has decided to speak out to warn others of the signs to look out for when it comes to a human trafficker.

Among them are being offered things you don’t have or wouldn’t want — like money, drugs, and a place to live.

Allison, who recommended visiting humantraffickinghotline.org, often offers sex traffickers extravagant lives and prays for the most vulnerable — from addicts to the homeless.

She went on to say that someone who is trafficked is often underweight, bruised and constantly in the company of a man or woman.

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