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Cyntoia Brown Says Upcoming Netflix Documentary Is “Unauthorized”

Earlier this week Cyntoia Brown took to Instagram to inform her supporters that the upcoming Netflix documentary “Murder to Mercy: The Cyntoia Brown Story” is un unauthorized and she had no part in it. 

“While I was still incarcerated, a producer who has old footage of me made a deal with Netflix for an UNAUTHORIZED documentary, set to be released soon. My husband and I were as surprised as everyone else when we first heard the news because we did not participate in any way”, Cyntoia Brown.

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She continued by saying that her and her husband are working on her story “the right way”.

“ While I pray that this film highlights things wrong in our justice system, I had nothing to do with this documentary”. 

Since being released from Prison through clemency last year, Brown has used her platform to advocate for other sex trafficking victims. “Murder to Mercy: The Cyntoia Brown Story” is scheduled to debut on Netflix April 29th. 

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