Cyntoia Brown Long

Non-Fiction Author

Cyntoia Brown Long was born in Tennessee, United States on January 29th, 1988 and is the Non-Fiction Author. At the age of 36, Cyntoia Brown Long biography, profession, age, height, weight, eye color, hair color, build, measurements, education, career, dating/affair, family, news updates, and networth are available.

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January 29, 1988
United States
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Tennessee, United States
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Cyntoia Brown Long Life

Cyntoia Brown Long (born January 29, 1988) is an American woman who was found guilty of Johnny Michael Allen's murder and robbery at the age of 16.

Allen told Brown that she charged her $150 to have sex with him and that she feared for her life after their meeting, prompting her to shoot him.

Brown was allegedly killed while sleeping in order to rob Allen, according to investigators.

Brown was found guilty and sentenced to life in prison.

Brown was released on August 7, 2019, after renewed interest in her case in 2017. Tennessee Governor Bill Haslam commuted her original sentence to 15 years.

In the 2011 documentary Me Facing Life: Cyntoia's Life, Cynthia Atkins' Story: My Search for Redemption in the American Prison System, she is extensive, as she writes, Free Cyntoia: My Search for Redemption in the American Prison System.

Early life

Cyntoia Brown was born in Fort Campbell, Kentucky, on January 29, 1988. Her father is unknown. Georgina Mitchell, her biological mother, drank alcohol during her pregnancy. Brown's defense lawyers would later claim that this caused her to suffer from fetal alcohol spectrum disorder. Mitchell began using crack cocaine following Brown's birth. Mitchell, who was unable to care for her infant daughter, gave the baby up for adoption.

Brown dropped out of elementary school and eventually began to have problems with the juvenile justice system, despite being raised in a loving household. According to spokeswoman Carla Aaron, she spent time with the Department of Children's Services between April 2001 and September 2003 after committing "crimes against a person and crimes against a house." Brown spent two years in DCS facilities, including a year at the Woodland Hills Youth Development Center in Nashville, while being detained in Washington, D.C. She had escaped these services several times before ending up as a fugitive on the streets of Nashville in August 2004. Brown, a fugitive, met Garion L. McGlothen (also known as Kut-Throat, which is often abbreviated to Kut or Cut), who started trafficking Brown, who was a fugitive who was a slave. She worked at an InTown Suites hotel at this time. Brown defended McGlothen and herself as the perpetrator of domestic minor sex trafficking. McGlothen threatened, defeated, and assaulted her on several occasions, according to Brown.

Life after prison

Cyntoia Brown Long has appeared in numerous interviews since being released from jail, sharing her insight and critique of the criminal justice system. She has been the featured keynote speaker for several organizations around the country, delivering her tale of surviving domestic minor sex trafficking and her encounter with the criminal justice system. She has been referred to as both an advocate and activist. Brown Long, the ACLU's national campaign manager, has urged governors to use their executive clemency to combat systemic injustice and bigotry.

Free Cyntoia: A Citizen's Search for Redemption in the American Prison System was published by Atria Books on October 15, 2019.

Brown's personal life has piqued her interest in comparison to her own writing about her experiences. On April 29, 2020, a documentary named Murder to Mercy: The Cyntoia Brown Story was released on Netflix. Lala Anthony, the burgeoning film producer, actress, and wife of basketball superstar Carmelo Anthony, was working with 50 Cent on a scripted series based on Brown Long in August 2020.

Following Brown's retirement, she and her husband formed a non-profit group together. The Foundation for Justice, Liberty, and Mercy is a 501(c)(3) non-profit group whose primary mission is to support individuals who are in danger of exploitation or criminal justice system involvement.