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She said: 'Action is being taken there and children are being saved thanks to the work of the police.

Rape is acceptable if an attractive woman refuses their advances and murder is justified if a wife has been unfaithful or 'disobedient'. I had a crew who looked out for me and we had bodyguards.' Recalling her ordeal at the hands of her husband, which was witnessed by her two daughters, Heydi said: 'I had gone to visit my dad and when I got home my husband said he was tired of being with me.

I told him, "if you're are tired of being with me, then let me leave".

But then the Lord pointed out an interesting plot twist (and for those who still want to see the film, I warn you: major spoiler ahead). All that cool lava-throwing was more of a curse than a blessing. Later in the film, her creator reveals that Lavagirl was not bad at all. She wasn’t just fire; she was created to be a light.

She said: 'Seeing what those children had suffered was terrible, it took me a couple of days to process all the abuse I had seen and it will always haunt me.

I was shocked to learn while there how many of the customers fuelling the cyber sex trade are British.'Stacey said that the reason she films such documentaries is because she wants to raise awareness and give people a voice whose stories would otherwise be untold.