Ashton Kutcher has spoken out about his role in freeing 6000 victims from sex trafficking.
For the Hollywood star, it wasn’t a role in the typical sense that he was discussing.
What many people don’t realize about Ashton Kutcher, is that off-screen, he’s a prominent activist and a very successful businessman.
While Mr. Kutcher may often play dizzy characters on TV or in movies, in real life, he’s a thriving entrepreneur.
He’s founded investment firms that are accredited with early investing in major tech firms like Uber, Spotify, and Airbnb.
Using his business acumen, connections, and profile, Ashton Kutcher set up an organization called Thorn with his ex-wife Demi Moore in 2008.
The goal of Thorn is something dear to Ashton’s heart: To “build technology to defend children from sexual abuse.”
Megyn Kelly interviews a young woman who was sold into trafficking when she was just 15. Connect a face to a victim of this $32 billion national industry and global human injustice. She came from a good family, was involved in sports and music, and excelled in school. One bad report card caused her to run away from home, and then her life spiraled into a downward slide of servitude and abuse. Fortunately for her, she was rescued out of that bondage, and is now committed to helping others.