"Sometimes we had to urinate," says the girl in the middle.Her friend to the right adds: "The urine is mixed with juice as a drink." "That's what the American client wants.
The interview started out normally, with the girls singing into the microphone and telling us about Tom & Jerry cartoons and the crushes they had on the musician Bruno Mars.
"They wake up in the middle of the night screaming and crying because they are so afraid the trafficker will come again.
Sometimes one of the kids suddenly gets sick and vomits.
He demands anyone who feels like urinating should do so, but that he wants us to do it in front of the camera." I asked the children what they think about Americans. "You need to stop victimizing girls like us." Read what happened when CNN journalists went undercover in Manila's red light district The Visayan Forum Foundation, which has operated in the Philippines since 1991, says it has reached out to more than 70,000 victims or potential victims of human trafficking, and provided services to, or helped rescue, more than 15,000 victims.
"The cases we handle in the Visayan Forum is always on trafficking for prostitution and domestic servitude," says Oebanda.