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The film “Not A Victim” sheds light on the sex trade and will premiere on Saturday

Film producer Jae Chanel hopes her feature film Not A Victim will shed light on the issue of human trafficking and sexual abuse.

Actress, writer and film producer Jae Chanel hopes her feature film Not A Victim will shed light on the issue of human trafficking and sexual abuse.

Chanel’s film is slated to premiere at 14 AMC CLASSIC Apple Valley Theater on Bear Valley Road on Saturday.

The film, produced by Jae Chanel, is based on a true story and is rated PG-13 for adult themes, said Chanel, who stars in the film along with family, friends and a group of other actors.

Chanel’s 15-year-old son Malachi Ross, who plays troubled teenager “Prancer” in the film, helped co-produce the film with his mother, she said.

“I was motivated to produce the film because of my abuse background. Also from similar stories from friends who have also suffered,” Chanel told the Daily Press. “I want this film to show women who have felt dumb that no matter what they’ve been through, they’re not a victim.”

Sex trafficking is defined as the set of activities that occurs when a trafficker uses force, fraud or coercion to compel someone to engage in a commercial sex act or to induce a child to engage in a commercial sex act.

Actress, writer and film producer Jae Chanel hopes her feature film Not A Victim will shed light on the issue of human trafficking and sexual abuse.

The film features the character May’gene, a woman almost trafficked by a ring of her father Jim’s ex-partners.

Returning home from rehab, May’gene is ready to begin the healing process when she is thrown into chaos while her father tries to keep the family from breaking up.

Chanel said the film reflected part of her life after she nearly escaped death in an abusive relationship.

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