A former slave has said she was too terrified to go to the police because the perpetrators told her authorities would only give them "a slap on the wrist".
The anonymous former slave told Good Morning Britain: "When I spoke to the individual and person she said, 'I bought you. I own you now.' If you do go to the authorities all we are going to get is a slap on the wrists and you will be deported."
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