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Police Stunned After Woman Bought Female Slave, Sickened By What She Repeatedly Put Inside Her

A woman smuggled in from Mexico and sold as a slave to a Florida woman is finally free after two and a half years of torturous abuse. She says she was starved and beaten during her ordeal, and the suspect attempted to use her as a surrogate. The slave owner is now facing serious charges and jail time.

Esthela Clark, a 47-year-old Mexican immigrant living in Florida, lured her victim in by promising to pay her $3,000 to be a surrogate mother. The victim, also from Mexico, was smuggled into the U.S. and sold to Clark by the smugglers.

Clark forced the victim to work for more than two years and took all her money. The victim was also forced to labor for her captor. She was starving, surviving on canned beans, and Clarke would regularly beat her victim.

One plan Clark tried to carry out was impregnating the victim with her boyfriend's sperm. Clark had wanted to have a baby with her boyfriend, Rolando Castellanas, but was unable to conceive. Clark would try to inseminate the victim up to four times per day when she was ovulating, and would become enraged when the victim failed to get pregnant.

In time, Clark started forcing the victim to have sex with strangers to try and get her pregnant. This failed too, so Clark would withhold food, claiming the victim was 'too fat' to get pregnant.

Clark kept her prisoner by threatening and scaring her. She told the victim she could read Tarot cards, and that if the victim attempted to flee or tell anyone about the situation, she would know.

Clark would bring her victim to church, and it was church goers who became suspicious of the way the victim was treated. They took the victim in and called police.

Clark was arrested and faces up to 20 years in jail. Authorities are also investigating her immigration status, and if she's found to be in the country illegally, she could be deported.

Source: Mail Online
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