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The year-old woman and her nine-year-old son were finally able to celebrate Christmas with family after being saved by police in Bolivia, it is reported. A kidnap victim has been released after 32 years of being forced to work in a brothel and has finally been able to celebrate Christmas with family, according to reports.
The year-old woman, who has not been named, was reportedly kidnapped in when she was only 13 and made to work in a brothel in Bolivia for more than three decades. She was locked in a garage in Bermejo, Tarija, where she was subjected to work in slave-like conditions, reports say. According to official sources the Argentinian woman was constantly moved around the country for the entire 32 years of her imprisonment and since then her family had even given up searching for her.
In , a Bolivian man in his 50s kidnapped her when she was only 13 year old together with her older sister, who was with her boyfriend and a baby of a few months old, reports say. The older sister managed to escape back to Argentina three months later, but the victim was forced to work as a prostitute for more than three decades, it is reported. The rescue operation was coordinated by the officers of the special force of the fight against crime in Bolivia after a tip off about the location of the woman.
The woman and the boy were sent to the office of rescue and assistance of victims of human trafficking to the city of Salta and then travelled to the city of Mar del Plata, where they were reunited with her family.
In Argentina, since , 12, victims of human trafficking with sex exploitation have been rescued, according to the national program of rescue and assistance of victims of exploitation of the Justice Ministry. By Ana Lacasa. The woman was reportedly kidnapped 32 years ago and was finally rescued in Bolivia Image: CEN Get the biggest daily news stories by email Subscribe We will use your email address only for sending you newsletters.